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All-Purpose PDF Editing Tool
With PDFpenPro, you can add text and signatures, make corrections, OCR scanned docs and more, just like PDFpen. But PDFpenPro goes beyond, with more powerful features.

Make interactive PDF forms for both Mac and Windows
Make a scanned form come alive with PDFpenPro! Build interactive forms with text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, interactive signature fields and submit buttons!

Export in Excel, PowerPoint and PDF Archive Format
Export your PDFs not just in .docx format for the MicrosoftВ® Word users in your life, but also .xlsx for Excel, .pptx for PowerPoint, and PDF/A for archival PDFs.

Put the Web in your PDFs
Whether it’s a single Web page or a whole site, make it into a PDF complete with clickable links.

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Now you can edit your PDFs wherever you are. Use iCloud Drive or Dropbox for seamless editing with PDFpen for iPad & iPhone. (iCloud requires Mac App Store version.)

Make a portfolio package of your PDFs
Have a collection of PDFs to manage? Create a portfolio to combine your PDFs into a single manageable package for easy sharing and distribution.

Draw, Highlight, Scribble, Correct Text

Mark up documents with highlighting, underscoring and strikethroughAdd text, images and signatures to PDFCorrect text in original PDF with editable text blocksMove, resize, copy and delete images in original PDFCopy and paste rich text; retain fonts and formatting when copying from PDFs, including columnsCompatible with iCloud DriveAdd, edit, preview and extract file attachments and annotationsRecord and playback audio annotationsAdd notes, comments, and cloud annotations

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