PDFs are a great file format to send to someone because almost everyone is able to view the document, but that also means the ability to make changes are heavily restricted. Sometimes that is what the author wanted, but as the recipient it can be annoying if there is a small change you want to make. For example, think about someone who sends you a 200-page document that only has a few pages that are relevant to you. It would be nice if you could save only the pages you need.
With PDFill PDF Tools you can do all kinds of common operations such as merging multiple PDFs, adding a watermark, and more:
- Merge – Merge two or more PDF files into a single PDF file.
- Split or Reorder – Extract and reorder pages from a PDF file into a new file.
- Rotate and Crop – Rotate a PDF page by 0, 90, 180 and 270 degrees.
- Reformat – Combine multiple pages into one page and add note lines for a handout.
- Header and Footer – Add headers and footers to present information, such as date, time, page numbers, or the title of the document, in the top or bottom margins of a document.
- Convert Images to PDF – Convert images (BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, and WMF) into a PDF file.
- Convert PDF into Images – Save PDF pages into images (PNG, JPG, BMP and TIFF).
The only thing that I want to point out about this app is that it will download GhostScript and Java if you don’t already have them on your machine. The download and installation of these tools will be done automatically as part of the setup process so you may not even notice it happening.
PDFill PDF Tools Homepage (Windows only; Freeware)