PDF Editor For Mac

zagubov
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I'd like to be able to edit pdf documents on my old macbook pro laptop. It can run 32-bit and 64 bit software (it uses 10.14 Mojave).
I once used to have  Adobe Acrobat - is this still the only option and if so, what's the cheapest way of getting it?
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  • DullGreyGuy
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    It's not been the only option for a very long time. 

    What do you actually want to be able to do? Just fill in forms you've received? Edit the existing text? Add/remove pages?

    Apple's Preview can do a fair amount for filling in forms, adding/removing pages but limited in editing existing text etc

    I use PDF Expert for anything beyond this but it's gone up in price a lot since I bought a perpetual license but still cheaper than Acrobat. 
  • zagubov
    zagubov Posts: 17,862
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    edited 22 January at 5:53PM
    Preview does a lot, but I need to edit text, which is beyond its powers.
    Thanks for this suggestion. However it requires MacOS 12 way above my computer's abilities.
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