AnyBizSoft announces Mac PDF Editor beta

January 04, 2011


AnyBizSoft has announced the beta release of its PDF Editor for Macintosh systems. With the integration of the vendor's existing PDF to Word conversion technology, the product allows Mac OS X users to edit text, insert images, and annotate PDF files. The software can also be used to convert PDF files into Word documents.

Users who download a copy of the beta and submit their feedback can also go into the running to win a license for the final version, worth $49.95 US.

"Editing PDF files on Mac OS X is tough. But AnyBizSoft PDF Editor for Mac makes it easy," said Ranee Zhang, senior manager of Wondershare. "It can handle most PDF editing jobs such as modifying PDF text, inserting images, etc. We will keep improving the functions and make it perfect."

For more information about the product, check out the official product page.

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