Master PDF Editor 5.9.84

Master PDF Editor is straightforward, easy to use application for working with PDF documents equipped with powerful multi-purpose functionality. With Master PDF Editor you can easily view, create and modify PDF documents. The application enables you to merge several files into one, split a source document into multiple documents, and also to comment, sign and encrypt PDF files.

Master PDF Editor - Features at a glance:

  • Edit PDF text, images and pages with full editing features.
  • Create new PDF or edit existing ones.
  • Add and/or edit bookmarks in PDF files.
  • Encrypt and/or protect PDF files using 128 bit encryption.
  • Convert XPS files into PDF.
  • Add PDF controls (like buttons, checkboxes, lists, etc.) into your PDFs.
  • Import/export PDF pages into common graphical formats including BMP, JPG, PNG, and TIFF.
  • Split and merge PDF files.
  • JavaScript support.
  • Dynamic XFA form support.
  • Validation Forms and Calculate Values.
  • Fast and simple PDF forms fill out.
  • Signing PDF documents with digital signature, signatures creation and validation.
  • Changing font attributes (size, family, color etc).

Master PDF Editor 5.9.84 changelog:

  • Added the ability to convert PDF documents to grayscale.
  • Added the ability to insert an invisible signature.
  • Added the ability to export all content from a PDF document to Excel.
  • Added the ability to apply a scanner texture effect to a document.
  • Added the ability to use manual duplex printing if a printer does not support automatic duplex printing.
  • Added the ability to choose some new date formats for the Text Field form.
  • Fixed issues with configuring comment tools.
  • Fixed issues with opening and saving documents.
  • Fixed issues with configuring and exporting bookmarks.
  • Fixed issues with launching the software.
  • Fixed an issue with the program deactivating when a different version is activated offline.
  • Fixed an issue with tracking changes in the document with a digital signature when the document is signed for the second time.