PDF eBooks are becoming more and more popular nowdays. This is primarily because of the compatibility and security of PDF. Just from the full name of PDF: Portable Document Format we can learn that PDF is easy to be transferred. PDF eBooks are so wide spread that you can almost see them everywhere: Internet, PC, iPod, iphone, etc. People like PDF eBooks because it is so convenient and safe. So if you are an editor, writer or someone who has interests to write your own story to share or store, this tip can do you some favor. As they are the most efficient 3 ways I know to make PDF eBooks.
The first way: Make eBooks with Adobe Acrobat
There is no arguing that Adobe Acrobat is the most popular used application to make PDF eBooks. It is powerful and stable. It enables you to create new pages, edit text, images, pages, headers and footers, hyperlinks, properties, securities easily. The only Cons of the software are that the price is too high for personal users and the size is very large which has high requirements for the OS and the PC.
The second way: Make eBooks with Infix PDF editor
Remove Adobe Acrobat, Infix PDF editor is the best tools to create and edit PDF eBooks I’ve ever used. You can also freely edit PDF text, images, pages, headers and footers, hyperlinks, properties, securities with this tool. Compared with Adobe Acrobat, it can not merge and split PDF files. However, I preferred more about its text function, as you can write text anywhere in the PDF pages with text flow, even more convenient than in Word. Cons of this tool are the price is also a bit high and it is not very convenient to view the final text formatting while editing, you need to save the file first and then see the text formatting such as colors, etc.
The third way: Make eBooks with Word and Office Plug-in, Save As PDF
Maybe you have used to edit your story in Microsoft Word, it is convenient and efficient. To make a PDF eBook, you just need to convert Word to PDF. Using this Office Plug-in SaveAsPDF, you can quickly save Word document to PDF file. It is totally free, just download it from Microsoft. Cons of this way: you need to have Microsoft Word installed in advance, and you can only save one Word document to PDF file each time. Also it is not very convenient for you to edit the converted PDF eBooks if you do not have the original Word documents. In this case, you can use AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter to convert from PDF to Word. It is a fast and accurate tool that enables you to convert PDF to Word 2007, 2003 and 2010.
The three ways above I summarized hope can do you some favor to make your PDF eBooks efficiently.
Tip: If you use the third way, you can download the Office Plug-in from here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=f1fc413c-6d89-4f15-991b-63b07ba5f2e5&displaylang=en