Since PDFs are “read only” documents, they can’t be modified without leaving an electronic footprint—so this file format meets the requirements for legal documents in court. In a word, PDFs are very secure. But what if you’re using PDFs for other purposes and need to be able to edit the content that’s on a PDF? Are you stuck rekeying the entire document into an editable file before you can use it? Fortunately, the answer to the latter question is no. It is possible to convert PDF files that contain locked content into editable documents—even on a mobile device—if you use the right tool.
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Author: Cole Armstrong, WPS Office Software