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PDF vs. TIFF – which is the right format for your document scanning needs?

PDF and TIFF are the two primary choices when determining the document type for scanned images. By default, people normally gravitate towards PDF simply because it’s the more well-known of the two. However, as with all file formats, both options ...

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Optimize PDF files for search

PDF software makes it simple to archive digital files into PDF/A, the universal archival solution for all commercial e-file storage needs. Not only does PDF/A ensure your documents will be readable far into the future, this format also supports ...

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How to use metadata in PDF files

by Eric Mc Guire, Support Engineer Your PDF documents are only as good as your users’ ability to find them so they can make use of the information within them. That’s where metadata can help. Metadata means ‘data about data’. ...

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Among the many benefits of using PDF software to create documents is that the file format is ideal for archiving and storing documents. The very idea behind the PDF document is to provide a file format that allows users to ...

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