PDF XChange Viewer- Alternate Tool For Adobe PDF Reader

pdf_xchange In an earlier post I mentioned about PDFill Tools for operations on PDF files, now i came across PDF XChange Viewer which is a very useful new utility that serves as the best alternative to Adobe PDF Reader and Foxit Reader. PDF XChange is a PDF document viewing application that also allows you to add comments and annotations to your PDF files and has the ability to open multiple PDF files simultaneously in a tabbed mode.

Features :

  • Add Comments and Annotations to any PDF file (subject to security settings) – unlike the Adobe Viewer which requires the PDF creation tool to be ‘certified’ by Adobe !
  • Mark-up pages with text and objects
  • Type directly on any PDF page, not just Adobe enabled forms documents – in Typewriter mode.
  • Export PDF pages or entire files to any one of the supported Image formats including BMP, JPEG, TIFF, PNG and many more …
  • Extract text from a PDF page/File
  • Make your navigation of large or complex PDF files both simple and enjoyable with the extended functionality of our ‘Loupe’ and the ‘Pan’ Window tools
  • Fill and Save Adobe Forms to disk, email or ‘post’ !
  • Full Javascript Engine included
  • Updated JPEG2000 Compression support – improving speed.
  • Plug-Ins for both MS IE or Firefox Browser’s included
  • Integrate seamlessly with your favourite translation software to translate text on the ‘fly’ – including : ABBYY Lingvo 12, Translate It!, Lingoes.
  • Includes comprehensive Help file and PDF Manual – no extra downloads required to add features etc.
  • There is also a portable version of this utility which requires no installation and can be used directly from a CD or USB stick.It can be downloaded from here.

    Screenshot :

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    Download PDF Xchange from here.

    PDF XChange Viewer works on Windows 2000 and later only.

    Via – Sizlopedia.com


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