Two More Tools for Working With PDF Files

April 23, 2011

I don’t know about you, but not a day goes by that I don’t have to work with a PDF file in some way. Today I want to tell you about two more tools geared towards working with PDF files that you might be interested in adding to your arsenal.

The first is called PDF reDirect v2 and there is both a free and a pro version (only $19.99) available. You’ll find a feature list detailing the difference between the two versions. I’ve not used the product myself, but it was suggested to me by a CorelDRAW user.

The other is a new product from Corel. Note that the boxed version begins shipping on April 29. Corel PDF Fusion includes a number of features for creating, editing, converting and merging PDF files. As this is a brand new product, I don’t have any experience with it either. It does look to be a fairly priced alternative to some of the more expensive tools for working with PDF files.

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