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Guide to PDF Files

PDF files are one of the most convenient formats for document exchange online and offline. This is why they are so popular. PDF files work on many platforms and you can use them for many purposes.

Adobe Acrobat is the native application for PDF files but it is certainly not the only option you have to create, open, and edit PDF files. Many other applications can create PDF output and manipulate such files, so it makes sense to try them. This guide gives you many ideas how you can create, open, and edit PDF files in Adobe Acrobat and many other popular programs.

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