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How to edit and add annotations to PDF files with PDF Pilot Maker for Mac
 

 

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PDF Pilot Maker allows you to edit Portable Document Format (PDF) files. You can add annotations to PDF files and use those annotations to complete forms in PDF Pilot Maker, or in other PDF viewer programs. The program allows you to add the following graphic objects and pictures.

 

Installing PDF Pilot Maker

PDF Pilot Maker installs by copying the application to the Application folder.


Using PDF Pilot Maker
  1. Open PDF file. Choose the "File->Open" menu.




  2. If you want to insert fields or annotations into the PDF file, switch the "Make/Fill" button to Make mode.



  3. Select in the "Fields & Annotations" menu the item you want to insert. Then click the left mouse button to select the area where you want to insert the item. You may select items from the menu, or push a button on the Tool Palette.



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  4. Switch the "Make/Fill" button to Fill mode. Use the result as an interactive form or save it by the "File -> Save" menu.

 

Download

Download PDF Pilot Maker 0.5 (3.9M) - freeware

 

System requirements

Mac OS X 10.5 or higher.

 

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The project PDF Maker Pilot has closed. You can use Form Pilot programs. Form Pilot - software for filling out paper and electronic forms on your computer. More...

 

 

 

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