I found what I thought I had remembered. A few weeks ago, I received a
referral to a product sold by Avanquest. I can not speak for its quality but
it is advertised as having the ablility to creat and edit PDF files. It is
priced at about $80.

It can be found at -

I use a free product called PDF Creator for "printing" web documents, etc.
that I want to save but I am not yet in need of a more powerful product for
my XP box.


Date:    Wed, 13 Feb 2008 19:46:05 -0500
From:    b_s-wilk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: Highlighting PDFs

Can the file be printed? On a Mac you can print to Preview, then save
again as a PDF. Is there a Windows equivalent you can use?

>> Daniel Else wrote:
>> Mike, if you have someone in the family who qualifies for the Adobe
>> Education pricing structure, I'd recommend that you go ahead and purchase
>> Professional. It is a terrific discount. That will allow you to do
anything you
>> want to a pdf.
> Dan,
> Not anything! Turns out that the creator of a PDF file can lock it in such
> way as to prevent any markup even by a recipient who uses Adobe Acrobat 3D
> Version 8, the highest version of Adobe Acrobat. I confirmed this with
> sales.
> Or do you have a different experience?
> I'll be purchasing articles and then might have to highlight them. That's
> I want to be able to highlight. I might have to print out and highlight
> copy.
> Thanks,
> Michael

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