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Discussion in 'Dental' started by JMDDS12, Jan 5, 2009.
Does anybody use a pdf editor for powerpoints and pdf lectures. If so, what do you recommend?
Adobe Acrobat Professional 9 for pdfs. Get it at an academic discount from campustech.com. Or steal it by downloading it from a bit torrent on Demonoid.
If its a power point that has been converted to a PDF then you are really up a creek. They are easy to convert power points to pdfs but near impossible to go the other way.
If you are looking for regular editing purposes then acrobat professional FTW hands down. I was able to get mine for free by talking to my IT department at school. After using the reader for so many years I finally realized how nice it is to have the real thing.
<-- adobe acrobat pro user.
Do you have a mac? Get one. Open PDF's in Preview and you can add sticky notes and highlight to your heart's content.