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Having a copy of Adobe Acrobat to create, edit and print in PDF would simply cost hundreds of dollars, per license.

Since PDF is still the “standard” for online documentation content, I’ve found the following tools helpful:

1)      Create your docs in MS Word or whatever word processor you prefer, then print to PDF with one of the two following free apps:

2)      Read and view PDF — with a lot more features than Adobe Acrobat Reader — by using FoxIt Reader.

I uninstalled Adobe Reader and use this as my sole PDF reader

3)      Found PDF metadata editor that also allows you to combine multiple PDF or JPG images into a single PDF, with Quick PDF tools

Hope that helps!