H1: The Best Free PDF Editor Tools In 2022 (Intro)
If you’re in the market for a PDF editor, you will most likely be spoiled for choice. There are plenty of options to choose from, but of course we recommend Lumin.
Here are the top 5 tools we recommend:
This one goes without saying. We’re proud of our work at Lumin and want to share it with the world.Lumin brings life to your documents with simple document editing and markup features that make it easy to annotate documents and photos. Lumin includes a comprehensive range of functions to meet all of your requirements, including:
- Annotation tools
- Electronic signatures
- Optical Character Recognition
- Unlocking tools
- Page manipulation tools
- Google Classroom integration
- Cross-platform useAnd so much more!
Adobe was the original creator of the PDF so we have to give credit where credit is due – they know what they’re doing. Adobe is simple to use, and its free version includes all of the basic tools; however, if you need to create more complex documents, you will need to purchase the paid version, which can get quite expensive.
- Slim PDF
Slim PDF is a PDF viewer that allows you to open and view PDF files as well as comment and annotate them. This application can also be used to validate eSignatures and fill out pre-made forms. It comes with an extensive set of powerful annotation tools so you can collaborate with your teammates quickly and efficiently.4. Wondershare PDFElement
This PDF editor has a lot of features and is a lot cheaper than Adobe. The most significant disadvantage is that the basic pack only allows access to one device.
5. PDF Xchange
PDF XChange Editor is a free PDF reader that includes buttons, toolbars, and side panels for editing PDF files. It’s one of the fastest PDF readers, and you can disable unnecessary features to make viewing and the entire user experience more comfortable.
H2: Merge and split pdf documents
The Merge and Split tools might not be the first ones you think of when you think of the uses for a PDF but they are both very useful features. Imagine you’re working on a large project with a group of people. Instead of constantly emailing back and forth, printing out papers, and then scanning and collating all together, you can just merge them all into one document. This saves plenty of time and effort, as well as paper! A similar concept applies to the Split tool. Add or remove pages from a document in just a few seconds with Lumin.
H2: Combine multiple documents into one PDF
H2: Convert PDF documents
This is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think of PDFs. Think back to about 10 years ago when we would all convert our PDFs to Word, edit them, download them, and then send them off. PDF conversion is arguably one of the first features that made PDFs as famous as they are today.
With Lumin, Word, PowerPoint or JPG files can be converted to PDFs in just a few clicks, making it quick and convenient.
H2: Secure a PDF
PDFs have the ability to be password protected to ensure that confidential information never falls into the wrong hands. We frequently work with and share sensitive or confidential information, and in such cases, it is critical to keep that information secure. It is very simple to secure a PDF file with a password, thereby protecting the contents of the PDF file from anyone who is not authorised to see it.
In addition, Lumin has an Unlock feature that allows you to gain access to password-protected documents, which can be convenient when the original author of the document has forgotten the password, for example.
H2: Annotate PDF files
Lumin is a great and easy way to annotate your work. Edit your documents, draw shapes, leave comments, insert images, highlight text… the list goes on. Whatever you need to do with a PDF, Lumin probably lets you do it. For a full list of Lumin’s features, click here.
Additionally, Lumin’s simple interface provides a user-friendly experience. It is colorful and easy to use. Annotating a PDF has truly never been easier!
Let’s remove this H2 because it’s basically the same as the point above (Merge)