SKIM – a Very Good Mac OSX PDF Reader

kinnon —  April 9, 2007 — 2 Comments

I stumbled across this great software today on Planet Intertwingly, from Brian’s Waste of Time.

Skim-Pdf Reader

Skim allows you to annotate pdf’s with notes and rectangles/circles. I’m very impressed and will probably switch from Mac’s Reader to Skim as my standard pdf reader. (Haven’t used Adobe Acrobat in years.)

Download it here.

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2 responses to SKIM – a Very Good Mac OSX PDF Reader

  1. thanks for thr tip Bill. I downloaded it and it seems to work pretty well. thanks again,

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  2. thanks for the tip Bill. I downloaded it and it seems to work pretty well. thanks again,

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