Monthly Archives: February 2019

Skip the designer: Multicolumn PDF edits using Link & Join Text See if this sounds familiar: You have a PDF document with a sophisticated layout—say, with images, graphics and photos, nice fonts, maybe even some drop caps—and you need to ...

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Sometimes you want to allow anyone to make changes to your PDF file. Sometimes you want to prevent everyone from doing so. Sometimes you want only certain users—aka, those with the right password—to be able to make changes. The same ...

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PDF to HTML Conversion: All It Takes is the Right Tool It’s rather easy to turn a web page into a PDF file. You have the option of using a PDF printer to do just that, however, using a PDF ...

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How to work better with the right planning and tools

In this age of efficiency, there’s a lot of emphasis on giving your best at work and improving performance. With such demands in the workplace, you need to work better and smarter. Working better isn’t the same as loading your ...

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How good is the OCR text recognition in your document?

If you scan documents, you probably know that the typical scanning software just produces an image of your document. It doesn’t create editable, searchable text. That’s fine if all you want to do is digitize the file. If, however, you ...

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