About Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat was the first software to support Adobe Systems' Portable Document Format. It is mostly described in those entries. The Acrobat Reader program (now just called Adobe Reader) is available as a no-charge download from Adobe's web site, and allows the viewing and printing of PDF files. Commercial Acrobat programs (of which there are several) allows some minimal editing and adding of features to PDF documents, and come with other modules including a printer driver to create PDF files from Macintosh or Microsoft Windows applications.
Word Counts, Character Counts, and Line Counts for PDF Files
PDF — Portable Document Format (Adobe® Acrobat and Adobe® Acrobat Reader file format).
AnyCount produces correct word counts, character counts, and line counts for single or multiple files in .PDF format.
Word count results window for .PDF file format:
Installation of Adobe Acrobat Reader for character count, line count, and word count in PDF documents is no longer necessary. AnyCount can perform text counts in PDFs in the self-sufficient way.
When counting of .PDF files is completed, you can:
- view count results on the screen;
- print count results;
- export count results to .TXT format;
- export count results to Comma-Separated Text / Tab-Separated Text (.CSV Format);
- export count results to .HTML format;
- export count results to MS Word format;
- export count results to MS Excel format;
- export count results to .RTF format;
- copy results to clipboard.