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Add Text to PDFs in Mac

FormulatePro PDF WriterI stumbled across a little gem today when I was looking for a way to add text to a form that I was asked to fill out and fax.  Realizing I had nothing in my software arsenal that could add/edit text in PDFs like Adobe Acrobat, I did a quick Google search and came across FormulatePro.

FormulatePro allows you to open and write to PDF documents.  While still in it's infancy, it gets the job done and gets it done quickly.  Adding text is as simple as selecting the text tool and clicking in the document where you want to write.  Boxes, circles and check marks can also be added.  Once completed, simply print to PDF and your good to go.

It's certainly not Adobe Acrobat, but if your looking for a simple (and free) way to edit PDF documents, it's worth checking out.  Learn more at http://code.google.com/p/formulatepro/

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Wonderful post... Very informational and educational as usual!

March 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJay B.

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