One of the engineers here really likes it. I'm not too fond of the latest version of Adobe so I'm thinking about giving it a try. Anyone here have any experience with it?
Have not used the latest version but earlier version of SW would install bluebeam as PDF software.
Someone has to know something cause I would like to be able to cut down some catalogs I have down to just what I need. All I have is a reader and when you have a 500 page catalog and use only 5 or so pages every now and then gets to be a pain. Also the wall paper in my office has gotten crazy enough so printing out more pages would not be worth it.
I use Foxit reader primarily because Adobe stopped working on my new computer. It would take forever to load a document and then forever to print it. I saw no issues with any other software on my computer. Uninstalled adobe then re-installed it same issue. Tried the forums for solutions still after all of the "fixes" no better.
Went to Foxit and have been running fine ever since. It does take a little while of getting used to a new reader as the buttons are a little different and that. But overall I am very happy with the switch, I am not familiar with the one you suggested Glenn, but in my humble opinion Adobe has not lived up to it's hype the last couple of releases anyways. (We had some issues prior to the new computer and just chalked it up the old computer, now I am not so sure it was my computer.)
For what we use our PDF editors for (crop sheets, comments/notes, redaction, & measuring tool we've used NitroPro as our alternate to Adobe & have been happy with it (intuitive for most users to become proficient at it with little oversight) $128 with a 20% discount online per user.
You also may try my favorite Adobe replacement:
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