How to Edit PDF Files on Mac Easily?
"I have a large PDF file (2000 some odd pages) of transcriptions that needs to be edited. There are many spelling mistakes etc that I want to fix as I go through but I can't figure out how to edit the text. The PDF is really fast about all that but then again I can't figure out how to edit it. Some one in the know please weigh in."
PDF Editor Pro for Mac is a powerful yet easy to use software that can help you edit PDF files on Mac without any limitation. Along with brand-new and pretty powerful image-editing capabilities, it also has the ability to edit, annotate, combine and even add images to a PDF. Annotating PDFs comes in handy when you need to comment on the content or highlight certain sections without altering the content of a PDF.
If you are interested in editing PDF on Mac, you may free download PDF Editor for Mac via the icon below and learn the detail from the tutorial below.
Tutorial: Edit PDF on Mac with Mac PDF Editor
Step 1. Choose Add Text in the toolbar, and then click on any area on the page, you can add text into the PDF file.
Step 2. Click Touchup Tool on the toolbar or choose it by right-click on the main interface, and then double click on the text you want to edit. You can correct, insert, or delete the text when the text is in an editable block and the cursor becomes I-beam pointer.
Step 3. To export PDF to the editable formats you need, just click on the Convert icon on the toolbar. And then choose the format you need to convert (.doc, .xls, .pptx, .html, .txt, .epub), page range you want to export, and output folder of the exported file in the pop-out box, after that click Convert button, and PDF Editor Pro for Mac can help you quickly export PDF to the format you need.
There are also many other PDF editing functions in PDF Editor for Mac, such as add annotate, bookmark to PDF, insert image into PDF, edit properties of PDF files etc. and we are not introduce here. If you are satisfied with PDF Editing software for Mac, why not free download it and have a try?