PDF Shaper is the kind of tool sets I used to dream about when working with PDF. This format is particularly capricious when it comes to editing and converting, so a set of instruments like this one is always welcome on my PC.
PDF Shaper provides the following tools: an extraction tool that helps you get images and texts from PDF files, in batches or singularly; PDF/RTF converter for turning files into documents to be edited or opened in special cases; a tool for extracting separate pages by creating a split file copy; a tool for merging separate PDF files into one; protection tools for password encryption and access restriction; light editing tools, and these last should be explained. PDF Shaper can't directly edit the contents of a PDF, but it can crop, resize and rotate pages.
The program is incredibly light and doesn't freeze or slow down your processes when used. It supports batch processing of files and hasn't malfunctioned on me in that department as well. The interface is very intuitive and not too overloaded with design elements.
PDF Shaper is delightfully down-to-earth, if I may say so. It's a highly useful highly effective set of tools that's not bloated with over-development.
- Easy to use.
- Extensive toolset