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DocQ is an online PDF tool designed for providing the most frequently required functionality of Adobe Acrobat with secure document sharing, document storage, document publishing and digital signatures. DocQ is also a powerful form designer for making PDF's into fully Adobe compliant forms which can be shared with others and have users submit the form information either via HTTP or e-mail.
What's new in this version: DocQ greatly evolves the functionality found in PDFVue. DocQ incorporates file management, user permissions, digital signatures, electronic publishing, and secure document sharing.
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"Great work is done."
Version: DocQ .90 beta
I'm a casual PDF user and occasionally need to change PDF's. Adobe Acrobat is too expensive for my needs. PDFVue did everything I needed. Uploaded the PDF, highlighted my document and made a few comments then downloaded the completed PDF.
Took a second to figure out what I needed to do, but after that I was up.