The latest version of PDFelement by Wondershare promises great quality and ease of use.
There are a lot of PDF editing apps out there, and they all make big claims about user friendliness and seamless conversion. Unfortunately, a lot of them also fall very short of their claims. PDFelement, by Wondershare, on the other hand, is a complete PDF solution that let’s you create high-quality PDFs with a complete set of tools combined with intelligent technologies and intuitive interface. It provides all you need to do your best work, wrapped in one app that works seamlessly with all your office documents.
While PDFelement has been a favorite for those who need solid editing and conversion, its latest version contains some crowd-pleasing features that will offer a better user experience.
On the editing side of things, Wondershare improved the way in which a document responds to any changes. Changing your textbox size, for example, will no longer automatically change the size of your text; don’t worry though, you can choose to adjust the text size at the same time by simply holding down the Alt key as you alter the textbox. If you need to insert new fonts, you’ll be notified if there’s no compatible font available rather than finding out after you’re done. Selecting text is easier than ever, allowing you to hold the Alt key while left-clicking the mouse rather than trying to navigate the highlighting that most PDFs don’t do well.
A key update that will delight anyone who has to work with lengthy documents is the position view. The app will now open your document to the last position viewed when you re-open one that you’ve viewed in PDFelement. That means no more scrolling through dozens of pages to find the last spot you worked on.
These are just the general use changes, but there are some more specific features that apply to detailed use of PDFs. The developer added user-defined dictionary and ignoring corrections for spelling-check feature, for example, which may not be something the everyday user looks for in this kind of app, but really makes life easier for certain workflow needs. Also, the new version now supports automatically retaining the pre-defined attributes of underlined and strikethrough text, which again may not be useful to all users but will be a night-and-day difference to those who are used to having to go back and restrike any text that was changed in conversion.
Overall, PDFelement is a powerhouse of an app and stands to make working with these documents more streamlined and more intuitive. Check out the updates for both Windows and Mac versions by clicking here.