How To Edit and Fill Out PDF Forms Without Adobe Acrobat

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7 Responses

  1. kim says:

    http://pdffiller.com is a nice alternative.

  2. Kenny says:

    @KIM: Thanks for the suggestion. PDFfiller is easier in typing anywhere on the form since you just click and type away — and you can easily change the font/size too in the menu bar above.

    However, I’d still stick with my first recommendation PDFescape since you don’t have to register in order to save, print, or email the document; you have more options for formatting/editing the document other the strictly simple type anywhere on the page option.

    But definitely good to know about both free sites!

  3. Bala Prasad P says:

    Really superb site. I’ve faced a lot to fill the forms. Good site It’s so useful.

  4. Bob says:

    I tried the software at the website you menionted before I found your website. It loaded my document then after it stated, “Loading…” followed by “Preparing…”, it displayed a message saying, “No pages found”. A different website had no problem loading and displaying the pages correctly (but I was looking for something free).

  5. oyeah says:

    pdfiller.com is not free. You fill out your form and then you are asked to register and pay at least $9.99 to save or print. Booo….

  6. Bryan Anderson says:

    The most pimp site I have ever seen. This website is absolutely amazing.

  7. Aain says:

    I’ve been looking for something like this for years (on and off, of course.) I just found PDF-XChange Viewer and I’m ecstatic! It has a Typrewriter feature, and it’s free. You can even change the default font for the Typewriter to whatever you want.

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