OfficeSuite PDF vs. PDF Extra
OfficeSuite for desktop includes five modules: Documents, Sheets, Slides, Mail, and OfficeSuite PDF. OfficeSuite PDF is the PDF reader module and newest member of the OfficeSuite family.
You use OfficeSuite PDF to view, manage, digitally sign, encrypt, print, and share your PDF documents.
Depending on your OfficeSite license type, OfficeSuite might include PDF Convert - a feature that allows you to convert PDF to editable documents, spreadsheets, and ePub.
PDF Extra, once part of OfficeSuite, is today an independent PDF editor application. PDF Extra ensures you always have up-to-date productivity and PDF editing features.
You use PDF Extra not only to view, digitally sign, encrypt, print, and share PDF, but also manipulate PDF pages (Insert, Extract, Delete) and edit PDF documents - including inline text and objects, annotations.
Depending on your PDF Extra license type, PDF Extra might include PDF Convert - a feature that allows you to convert PDF to editable documents, spreadsheets, or ePub.
PDF Extra vs. OfficeSuite PDF
As an OfficeSuite user, you may have seen the message.
PDF Extra, once part of OfficeSuite, is now an independent PDF editor. OfficeSuite users are prompt to download, install and use PDF Extra for PDF editing.
What does it mean for me?
Existing OfficeSuite Premium users.
Users who had purchased an OfficeSuite license before October 2020 will find their Premium features unlocked in PDF Extra for Windows PC.
OfficeSuite Premium users are automatically signed in to PDF Extra with their OfficeSuite Premium account. Thus, existing OfficeSuite Premium users can continue to edit PDF files in PDF Extra.
Free and new OfficeSuite users.
If you obtain an OfficeSuite license after October 2020, you will have OfficeSuite PDF - OfficeSuite's PDF module - and its feattures included in your OfficeSuite license. To edit PDF, you will have to upgrade PDF Extra.