Nitro PDF Pro?s well thought-out interface is typified by the Organizer palette, a panel that provides a one-stop source for setting many object and document specifications and preferences, as well as executing searches, adding watermarks, and controllin
Nitro screenshots - Nitro vs Acrobat type rendering
At text sizes (here in ?Fit Width? view), on-screen type is more crisply and densely rendered in Acrobat (bottom) than in Nitro PDF Pro (top). At larger sizes, this difference fades. A Nitro display bug causes some graphic elements to disappear, as shown
Nitro screenshots - Nitro interface
Nitro PDFs interface has lots of icons that can be mistaken for one another, but its dialog boxes are clear and well-organized. The main Preferences dialog shown here is wide-ranging, saving trips to various places to make adjustments.
Nitro screenshots - Scratch page
In Nitro PDF, you can build a page from scratch, although the only layout guide you have the customizable grid, which lays on top of your placed objects if you want it to or not. The Edit Object dialog shown here lets you add any image to a Clip Art libra