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I have several files here at work that are templates. I want to fill out some of the info that is always the same, (my info) and save them. They pull up in adobe reader. I want to change some of the file, but it only lets me read them. How can I get them to let me input data and save the changes?
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You will need Adobe Acrobat to do that.
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Do you know where I could download a free or trial version of that? Can you get a free version of it?
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Do you know where I could download a free or trial version of that? Can you get a free version of it?
The reader is free but "Acrobat" is ~$500 retail.

You best bet is to try and find someone still in a reputable university because you can get up to 80% off. The next best bet is to go to eBay and buy a student liscense for pretty reasonable.

BTW...the student liscense is exactly the same at the retail. Also, after your copy goes out of date you can get the retail update which is usually 60-70% off retail.
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The other alternate sw to try is Nitro PDF. I'm using it and really like it.
    
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