Is it possible to edit a text and save with Adobe Reader? Is it possible to add marks or anything to a text? And is it possible to copy some parts and open a blank page and past those parts?
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I don't know about Adobe Reader as I quit using it. It's more bloatware than useful, IMO. I use Foxit and it can do most of what you are asking. And it's freeware: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/reader/ PDF files aren't really designed for editing, but you can convert them to regular text and use a word processor, or cut and paste text from them into a regular document. You can also add notes to a PDF document, at least with Foxit. The freeware Open Office suite also has some PDF software included.
There is also this list of PDF software from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_PDF_software
You can copy some parts of a document opened in Adobe Reader and paste that into a wordpad or notepad file. But you can not copy/paste into another Adobe doc.
Thank you redwudz and DB83.
P.S. - Foxit Reader does everything I wanted and much more.
Last edited by Jomapil; 2nd Mar 2011 at 12:22.