Monthly Archives: March 2019

There’s no question that a picture is worth a thousand words. In fact, studies show that 40 percent of people will respond better to visual information than they will to plain text. This is likely because 90 percent of ...

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Data extraction from paper forms – a rethink on best practice

Imagine if supermarket checkouts relied on Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to scan the printing on product labels instead of scanning barcodes. Speed and accuracy would be so utterly compromised it’s difficult to conceive the chaos. As ludicrous as this example ...

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Since it came to market in 1990, Microsoft PowerPoint has been the go-to software for presentations. It’s used by so many people that we often say we’re going to create a “PowerPoint presentation” instead of just a presentation, slideshow or ...

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The basic cornerstone of PDF/A is simple: to create a universal archiving standard so that documents always retain their original format—even in an unforeseeable future where technology is always evolving. Since its rollout, two more updates have been added: ...

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How to organize, sign, and protect PDFs using your mobile device

Organizing, signing, and protecting are common workflows frequently used to modify existing PDF documents. If you need to perform these workflows while on the go, Foxit MobilePDF lets you do them all on your smartphone or tablet. Let’s look at ...

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