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Many Adobe users might encounter that Adobe Acrobat cannot be installed on Mac OS X Yosemite, or they cannot edit PDF with Adobe Acrobat 9 on Mac Yosemite. If you have the problem of Adobe Acrobat not working on Yosemite, no worry, you can get help from an Adobe Acrobat for Yosemite alternative. Here is the best solution for you.

The Best Adobe Acrobat for Yosemite Alternative

Here iSkysoft PDF Editor Pro for Mac (Yosemite included) is the best Adobe Acrobat for Mac OS X Yosemite alternative for you. This PDF tool comes with the same functions but cheaper than Adobe Acrobat. It can help you to edit PDF files with diversified editing tools. You can also annotate, mark up or leave comments to PDF. And it provides the security option allows you to protect your PDF with password. Besides, you can convert PDF to Word, Excel, PPT, HTML, Images and more, vise verse.

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Why Choose This Alternative to Adobe Acrobat for Yosemite

Edit PDF Files

Easily edit, add, insert, and delete texts, images and pages in PDF files.

Convert and Create PDF

Convert PDF to formats like MS Word, Excel, EPUB, HTML, Images, vise verse.

Fully Control PDF

You can combine, split and compress PDF, as well as delete, insert, rotate or crop PDF pages.

Support OCR Feature

Edit and convert scanned PDF as easy as a breeze. Support multiple OCR languages.

How to Edit PDF with Adobe Acrobat for Yosemite Alternative

Step 1 Edit PDF Texts, Images, Links, and More

Launch this Mac OS X Yosemite PDF tools. Click the "Open File" option to select the PDF document you want and import it to the program. Then your PDF file will be opened with the program.

Open PDF Files on Yosemite

In the main interface, click the "Edit" button on the top toolbar, then you can double click anywhere on the PDF file to add or delete texts. And you can double click on the image to replace, crop or extract it from the file. It will be the same way to edit links and other elements in PDF file.

Edit PDF Texts on Yosemite

Step 2 Annotate and Mark up PDF on Mac OS X Yosemite

By clicking the "Markup" button, you can find annotation and markup tools like Sticky Note, Text Box, Links, Arrow, Line, Freehand Drawing, and more. You can double click anywhere on the PDF and select the texts to place the annotations. To highlight PDF, you can click the "Highlight" button on the top right corner of the interface.

Mark up and Annotate PDF on Yosemite

Step 3 Convert PDF to Word, PPT, Excel, etc.

To convert PDF to other formats, you can click the "Convert PDF" in the launch interface. And you will get a pop-up window to import the PDF files.

convert PDF on Yosemite

In the pop-up window, click the "Add Files" button to select the PDF files from your local hard drive and import them to the program. Then click the format option on the top right corner to choose an output format. And specify the pages you want to convert and click the "Convert" button to start the conversion.

convert PDF on Yosemite

Step 4 Fill out and Create PDF Form on Mac OS X Yosemite

To fill out PDF form, you first open the PDF form with the program. And click "Edit" and then select "Add Text" option. Then you can start to fill out PDF form.

Fill Out PDF Forms on Mac OS X Yosemite

If you want to create a PDF form, you can download a built-in Form Template. Then go to "Form" to launch the form building tools to customize the form.

create pdf form on Mac OS X Yosemite

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