You can edit PDF files without having to shell out big bucks for the full Adobe Acrobat program.
Someone has sent you a PDF file for your review or responses. Now you need to fill out text fields, add a signature, or insert comments to the file.
Perhaps you’ve discovered a typo or other error that needs to be corrected or changed on your end. Or maybe you need to delete or rearrange pages in the file. Yes, you can edit the file with the full version of Adobe Acrobat. But that’s an expensive program, especially if you don’t need it on an ongoing basis.
Instead, you can turn to some free tools to edit the file.
The free Adobe Acrobat Reader is designed mainly for displaying PDF files, but you can perform basic maneuvers, such as adding text, highlighting specific areas, and inserting your signature.