PDFClerk Pro for Mac

PDFClerk Pro for Mac

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  • Date Added:
    September 16, 2013
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  • Operating Systems:
    Mac OS X 10.5 Intel/PPC

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  • 4 stars

    "Easy to use and worth the money."

    August 25, 2010   |   By laberteaux

    Version: PDFClerk Pro 3.10


    Easy to use


    none I've found.


    Easy to use and worth the money.

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  • 4 stars

    "An excellent PDF editor"

    February 28, 2009   |   By wj shack

    Version: PDFClerk Pro 3.5.1


    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    Like others, I want to commend Antonio Nunes for exceptional support. With any problem, I comment in the fourm, and get a response with extraordinary swiftness. As a pdf editor PDFClerk is a great value. One feature that is unique, as far as I know, is the ability to generate bookmarks from a table of contents. I need to review pdf documents extensively and most of them come to me without bookmarks. I can add them one at a time in Acrobat, but with pdf clerk I can generate them far more quickly from a table of contents and/or lists of tables and figures.

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  • 2 stars

    "Some interface issues."

    January 20, 2009   |   By mtrivard

    Version: PDFClerk Pro 3.5


    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    There are some interface issues that make this less than perfect. almost all limitations listed here make it really difficult to create forms. particularly:
    - no grouping - When creating forms, you usually want to group elements and duplicate and move them en-masse. can't do it in this program..
    - Can't select across "layers" Makes it really a pain to copy a static and dynamic element (like the name of a field and the field itself, along with any graphics.
    - no 'grid'. means lots of tweaking
    - no Alignment across layers.. Want to center text within a box? can't do it.

    At least the functionality it does have works well.

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  • 5 stars

    "Great product with excellent support"

    December 19, 2008   |   By TranceDreamer

    Version: PDFClerk Pro 3.4.3


    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    I'm sorry, but I just have to react to what is to me an obviously unfair comment.

    It is quite possible the user who wrote "careful with this" experienced a hang, but I have not had problems saving PDFClerk documents. The rest of his claims about the software are nonsense though: PDFClerk offers several different PDF export options, and the option to save intermediate results in its own file format allows for much needed flexibility. It's a plus, not a minus. I'm never forced to use a particular format. I can pick and choose as the situation requires, it being equally easy to use either format. And, just like with the earlier commentators, I've been met with excellent customer support: fast and efficient.

    I once was working on a pdf using PDFClerk and needed some functionality that was not there and contacted the developer. Within a couple of days he had added it.

    The developer is obviously eager to help. Make sure to read the developer's reply to the previous commentator's claims, and you'll see that even his claim of flatly being denied a refund is not true. Based on my previous experiences with this developer, I have no doubts his comments reflect what actually happened. There are not many PDF editors around that offer great functionality at a great price, but this is certainly one of them, and I have a hard time imagining anyone being unfairly treated by this developer.

    PDFClerk has saved me a lot of time in many occasions and I feel fortunate being able to use this product that continues to grow from strength to strength with such an engaged and supportive developper behind it.

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  • 5 stars

    "Works Great, Consistent Over Time, Good Updates &..."

    September 17, 2008   |   By IslandMike

    Version: PDFClerk Pro 3.3.1


    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    When I read the other feedback I realized I had been remiss. I found this on versiontracker many years ago before it was even an official release -- I believe late 2006. I actually have some other PDF products but this one is the one I use, remember & keep up to date. At the time I became interested it was because the others took so long and were unstable -- when this new pony came along it revealed an ease of use that made it enjoyable to work with PDFs, then as it developed it became much more flexible and responsive than other options. Antonio reaches out and asks questions, invites you to help test, and answers your email questions without making you feel you wasted his time or you might have asked a simple question. Another factor is that the software addresses many complex uses but it is not priced out of range for us who use it for basic tasks (in my case to take a multipage PDF and break it apart or vice versa (take many unrelated pages and produce one set); and sometimes to sign or add text to documents. In this complex world the ability to use one good product saves time in learning, saves money in not having to invest in additional software titles, and saves space not needing to store extra programs and their versions of files. For me, I can open PDF Pro and work on my files and not need a "program file" version which is a definite plus. Options are also available as to how you learn and communicate if you have a question. If you like direct help, Antonio is there, if you like to use forums, he has an active and useful forum. Try it and see for yourself. He has earned his track record and I am so glad I stumbled upon his software -- one less thing to have to worry about as I feel very confident and comfortable with this software and the man that stands behind it!

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    Full Specifications

    Publisher SintraWorks
    Publisher web site http://sintraworks.com
    Release Date September 16, 2013
    Date Added September 16, 2013
    Version 3.12.2
    Category Graphic Design Software
    Subcategory PDF Software
    Operating Systems
    Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.5 PPC, Macintosh, Mac OS X 10.6, Mac OS X 10.5, Mac OS X 10.5 Intel
    Additional Requirements None
    Download Information
    File Size 15.22MB
    File Name PDFClerkPro3_12_2.zip
    Total Downloads 8,667
    Downloads Last Week 4
    License Model Update
    Limitations In demo mode there is no limitation whatsoever, other than that each page is stamped with a watermark.
    Price $48

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