How to Modify PDF Files on Mac OS X?

PDF files are widely used on Mac OS X as they can be created, viewed and shared easily. But by nature, they are hard to be modified. With the built-in Preview, users can make some kind of modifications on the PDF files such as adding annotations, merging PDF pages. But it is far from enough, as it doesn’t allow users modify PDF text and images. Then, AnyBizSoft PDF Editor for Mac is needed. It is an innovative PDF editing tool and it provides 2 methods for users to modify PDF files on Mac OS X: Modify PDF files directly and Modify PDF files in Ms Word.

Method 1: Modify PDF Files directly Open a PDF file with AnyBizSoft PDF Editor for Mac. And then you can modify your PDF files now:

1 Add Text Click Add Text button on the toolbar, type text in the pop-up box to add PDF text. You can customize the font and font color in the box. Click the OK button, the text you added is in a transparent block and is on the top left corner of the current page by default.

After adding text, now the Touchup Tool is selected by default. So just click on the text block, and drag the text to the place on the page as you like.

2 Modify PDF Text Click the Touchup Tool button on the toolbar, and double click on the text, when the text is in an editable block and the cursor becomes I-beam pointer, you can correct, insert, or delete the text.

Also you can change the text font and color by clicking the Inspector button on the toolbar to change color for the text. Or choose Format > Fonts > Show Fonts in the top menu bar to change text font.

Click here to learn more details about how to edit PDF text on Mac.


3 Insert images
To insert images in a PDF file, just choose Edit>Insert… from the top menu bar, and then select one local image to inert to the PDF file. Or click on an image in the PDF file, choose Edit>Crop Image… to crop images. Also you can resize, move, and delete the images in the PDF file.

Method 2 Modify PDF files in Ms Word Open a PDF file with AnyBizSoft PDF Editor for Mac. Then choose File > Convert to Word in the top menu bar, you can quickly convert the current PDF file to editable Ms Word document. Then you can modify it in Ms Word. Both the 2 methods allow you to modify PDF files on Mac OS X. In my opinion, the first method is quicker if you only need to modify a few typos on the PDF file. But if you have to make large changes to the PDF file, converting PDF to Word to modify it in Word is more time-saving. Users can choose the suitable method according to the different situation.

Pain-free Way To Modify Dbf Files

There are times when a database administrator has to work with DBF databases created in many different applications such as Clipper, dBase, FoxBase, Foxpro. For all the functionalities each of them provides, none of them can be considered as a universal tool that can be used to view and modify databases created in other packages. Purchasing all these applications comes with an impressive price that not everyone is ready to pay. Knowing this, developers from Hi Base Group made an amazingly powerful and affordable tool called Advanced DBF Editor.

DBF Editor from http://www.dbf-edit.com is a editor specifically designed to view and modify DBF databases created in all popular database applications. When I say popular, I am referring to Clipper, dBase III/IV, FoxBase, Foxpro, Visual Foxpro. The editor provides you a powerful arsenal of tools and options of an advanced database application but, unlike its bigger brothers, it has faster performance. By adopting Advanced DBF Editors, you get everything you need to deal with various DBF databases without problems.

Using Advanced DBF Editor, you can, for example, view records and memos in DBF databases with just a few mouse clicks. To make a few small edits, you only need to double-click the needed records and key in your own values to the fields in the record editing dialog that appears. You do editing on the fly as your view a database, and there is no need to run another database application for making a few quick edits. If you have a large database, you can still quickly find a record you want by using a simple search, query, or filtering. What’s more, the editor can also help you to search and replace particular values in fields with the new ones automatically, add new records to the database, find and delete duplicates that may often be found within a large database.

Besides viewing and modifying, the program can help you to convert a database to new database formats without the need to install extra database software. Let’s say, for example, you need to email a database to your co-worker who wants you to export it to Excel XLS as he does not have a proper application to open DBF. You can open the database in Advanced DBF Editor, select XLS in the Export dialog and export as needed. What’s more, you can export a database to other formats such as DBF, TXT, CSV, HTML, XML, PRG, SQL, RTF.

Some companies buy several different database applications to view, modify, or export various DBF databases. This may cost a lot. Now you have a chance to save money and get the functionality of all these tools in a single universal database tool that will not burn holes in your pockets when you buy it.

Developer of DBF Editor software