|Nov 28, 2012, 01:29 PM||#1|
Windows image editor
Please don't shoot! I know a number of you work with Windows machines and I haven't much in the last 6 years.
I'm looking for a simple image editing program that can open PDFs. All we need to do is simple things - sometimes add an arrow or save as a JPG.
I tried a couple of free ones - I think paint.net was one - and neither opened PDFs so I went no further.
These are not always photos but sometimes maps that need to be slightly changed, so the ability to block out a section and put an arrow or text in that place is needed.
Free is not even necessary but I don't see the need to buy PS for this which is what someone is asking for. I think worst case Elements would work but I thought I'd see if there is anything else. I tried the online Adobe offering but it won't open a pdf either.
Thanks for any advice!
|Nov 29, 2012, 02:50 PM||#2|
Have you tried GIMP? I used it when we were an all linux shop. I'm not sure 'simple' would be a good description though. It is quite powerful.
Been running PS / Illustrator for the last decade ( good grief, has it been that long? ).
time keeps on ticking....
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