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My favorite things for the Tablet PC (PDF Annotator)

I have an older HP Tablet PC (TC1100) and over the years I have come across some great Tablet applications.  Over the next couple of weeks I am going to share some of my favorite ones.  In this series of my favorite things for the Tablet PC I am starting with PDF Annotator by Grahl Software Design.

PDF Annotator lets you open PDF files and mark them up with notes, pictures, etc. This especially rocks on a Tablet PC with inking capabilities.  However it is not just for Tablets, it does work well with desktops.

My top 5 list of what I like about PDF Annotator

1. Mark up PDF file and send to another user who can open with Adobe Reader and see your markups.

2. Installs a PDF Annotator Virtual Printer that allows you to print any file and makes the document open in PDF Annotator as a PDF file.

3. Can remove all annotations in a single client to restore to the original document.

4. Multitude of editing tools.

5. Can create blank PDF files or add blank pages into existing documents.

Below is a page from the read me document that I have marked up.

PDF Annotator Sample

The price for a single license is $69.95 along with a $29.95 mtce/upgrade fee that includes technical support.  The file download is just over 20 MB and they are pretty good with several updates a year.  They are currently on version 3.0.0.324, go download a 30 day trial version today and tell me what you think.

Next up Microsoft OneNote 2010.

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