Is PDF Architech 4 Safe?

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  1. Hidef1080

    Hidef1080 Notebook Enthusiast

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    As I move away from Abode I'm down to replacing Acrobat Pro and Photoshop CS6.
    On the PDF side I've found a program call PDF Architect 4. I search looking for any warnings or problems by I have not seen anything.

    Has anyone here used this program or know of any known issues?
     
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    alexhawker Spent Gladiator

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    I've had good experiences with Foxxit PDF software


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    Hidef1080 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks! I'll look into it.
     
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    Starlight5 Don't call me Chris, my name is Elvis

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    Primes Notebook Deity

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    Sumatra is good, really light and very fast. I stopped using foxxit when they started including malware in the installers (didn't we have a thread about that here? edit: here it is). If you want something more "power-user", try PDF-Xchange. It has more features and lets you fill in pdf forms, etc. I have both installed.
     
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    StormJumper Notebook Virtuoso

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    I would say keep Acrobat Pro you paid for it and it is the standard all other pdf reader tried to best. I use Acrobat Pro 11.0.16 and couldn't be more grateful for it usage and integration into MS Office, FF, IE. That is what I find very useful so don't dismiss Acrobat pro just because.
     
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    I totally understand what you are saying and I still have Acrobat Pro but I know the day is coming that I'll need to move to "other than Adobe".
    I'm just trying to stay ahead of the wave.
     
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    Everyone is free to go with one they want but until your license is dead and gone with Acrobat I would remain with it. All other as I mentioned always compare themselves to Acrobat in the end. There is a reason my why paid software is good to keep when it works.
     
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    I agree with sticking with the Acrobat Pro. There are other alternatives, but if you paid for it, hold on to it.
     
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