What can your slow loading Adobe Acrobat Reader do instead of reading text and some basic functions? My latest freeware findings in the pdf reader application can insert texts inside a pdf file, leave some notes for quick review, capture a snapshot, export pdf to image format and more. Maybe you can dump that Adobe Acrobat Reader of yours and embrace the latest, more functional pdf viewer - PDF-Xchange Viewer.
PDF-Xchange Viewer features:
- Comments and Annotations - useful for students and researchers. Easily add extra text with direct typing or sticky notes for later review.
- Markup function - add some markups - arrow, boxes, clouds and more to your pdf texts. Highlight your notes easily with PDF-Xchange Viewer
- Export pdf to images - export your pdf documents to images, by page or the complete file itself.
- Pan and Zoom, Loupe - extended pdf reader functionalities means extra navigational ease.
For me, the best function of PDF-Xchange is the ability to add texts and markups to your pdf files. As an alternative, for a quick-launching pdf reader. you may want to try Foxit PDF Reader instead.
|Download PDF Xchange Viewer from the link provided in the Miscellaneous Office Tools page.|