Perfect PDF 5 Premium is a powerful software for all tasks concerning the PDF file format. Conversion of documents into pdf files, changing of properties, content editing, document commenting, designing, protecting and digital signing, creating and filling out forms and much more is possible with Perfect PDF 5 Premium.
Integration with MS Office, Internet Explorer and Windows Explorer - create PDF files with just a few mouse clicks! When converting Word, Excel or PowerPoint files the links, tables of contents, form fields and comments will be converted as well. The integration into Internet Explorer makes it possible to convert web sites and html files into PDF quickly and accurately. The integration into Windows Explorer offers extensive functionality available from the context menu.
creating PDF files in any applications from printable files and documents
create PDF documents directly from Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint in one mouse click
convert important meta information like tables of contents, links, form fields and comments from MS Office Documents
create PDF documents directly from Internet Explorer (html files or
websites) in one mouse click
design new PDF documents
merge PDF files from multiple printable files, merge PDF documents or separate pages from different PDF documents, including links, comments etc.
protect the documents using a safe encryption
change the structure of existing PDF files to facilitate the team work with the documents
insert backgrounds, watermarks, stamps, layers, header and footer
edit and format texts, rearrange and adjust images
add attachments and embed files (incl. video and audio files) into PDFs
create PDF forms: insert, arrange and adjust fields
convert documents into PDF/A format for archiving
display, print and search through PDF files
fill, print and save interactive pdf forms
sign and certify PDF documents with digital signatures
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.