I've got a load of PDF fprms (they're career self-assessments) I'm supposed to complete and discuss.
Obviously, I could print them all out and fill them in by hand, but I don't have a scanner, so would then be unable to share them electronically. Also (this has annoyed me!) some of them are partially completed already, so they've obviously used examples done by someone else, but forgotten to clear all the fields. So if I print them, I can't edit out the existing "wrong" answers, that don't apply to me - without a load of crossings-out or tippex.
I can save them as .txt. This has worked out OK for some of the simpler ones, that aren't heavily format-dependant (simple one-line question and answers).
But the majority of them are tabular, which means they're rendered all but useless if I save them as .txt.
Word does have a facility to import PDF, but I see it's a subscription only service. As this is (hopefully) a one-off event, I'm not paying.
I see there are a number of free services out there, but I've no idea how safe or reliable any of them are.
Anyone use one they'd recommend? Or any other (free) way to edit PDF? Needs to end up in a common format, that would be widely readable by other folks with a computer - not something obscure.