JAWS PDF Editor 18.104.22.168 Crack + Serial Key (Updated)
Windows 2003, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows XP, Windows 2K
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JAWS PDF Editor is a comprehensive and intuitive piece of kit that enables you to view PDF documents in a user-friendly working environment, as well as to make some minor adjustments.
Made for first-time and seasoned users alike, the app supports many handy features, including comments, bookmarks, highlights, and security options.
The GUI is similar to the one of a regular text editor, thanks to its clear-cut structure and neatly organized buttons.
After opening a PDF document, you can navigate pages, zoom in and out, enter full screen mode, increase or decrease the font size, rotate pages, toggle single and continuous page mode, insert new pages or extract existing ones, as well as use a basic search function to swiftly locate text.
It's possible to import and export comments and form fields, add bookmarks manually or load them from external text files, merge multiple PDFs into a single file, indicate highlights in the document, attach sticky notes, as well as apply the strikethrough or underline effect on selected text.
To ensure document security, the software program gives you the possibility to apply password protection, adjust the security level, manage permissions for other users (e.g. printing, general editing), and encrypt metadata.
Moreover, you can remove password protection from encrypted docs and edit PDF metadata, such as the document's title, subject, author and keywords.
As far as program preferences are concerned, you can modify the default fonts for the bookmarks tree, comments and document info, change the measurement unit for display, enable web browser integration, associate PDFs with JAWS PDF Editor, as well as enable or disable various confirmation dialogs when performing specific actions (e.g. delete comments or pages).
It's also possible to customize the comment colors for notes, highlights, underline and strikethrough, along with the bookmark styles (name, font, emphasis mode).
No error dialogs were shown in our tests, and the program didn't freeze or crash. Its impact on the overall performance of the machine was minimal, since it needed low CPU and RAM to function normally.
The only issue is that it doesn't support 64-bit Windows. No recent updates have been made, though. Taking into account its intuitive interface and options, you can test JAWS PDF Editor for yourself if you're looking for an alternative PDF viewer.