PDF Editor is an impressive collection of PDF editing functions and operations meant to help you work smarter, faster and more efficiently.

As soon as you have added the source PDFs, you can go ahead and explore the plethora of features included in this app. You can not only extract pages, clone, reverse, resize or rotate them, as well as replace them or add blank new ones.

You can also add shapes and annotations to your documents, overlay white masking tape over sensitive sentences or paragraphs, and even select attachments.

A nifty feature of PDF Editor is that you can generate several types of barcodes for all your loaded documents. You can choose between standalone barcode, data matrix, intelligent mail or QR codes, each with its own customizable settings.

You can not only assign a password, but you can also overlay a text or image watermark, then adjust the position, the scale and the transparency levels as you see fit.

Additionally, you can add a signature to your document, and you can even make it invisible, to ensure that nobody passes your file as their own. You can simply load the PFX file you want to use, then enter the corresponding password and choose the image you prefer.

You also get the possibility to use predefined stamps or image stamps to protect your contents.

You can either save your PDF files as images, or you can export them to TXT, Word, Excel or PowerPoint files, each with its own custom parameters that you can tweak. Moreover, you can convert your documents to EPUB, TeX, XPS, SVG, XML, EPS and HTML.

There are several variables you can tamper with if you choose to print your PDF using one of the existing printers.

In a nutshell, PDF Editor might be a little overwhelming at first, once you explore all its functions, yet they are all nicely displayed and neatly organized, so you should encounter no issues in enjoying them within seconds.