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4x PDF Help: The Ultimate PDF Knowledge Exchange – PDF Questions and PDF Answers

22 Nov 2009 | | 4 Comments

4xPDF Help

PDF files are ubiquitous. Pay slips, bills, reports, newsletters, brochures, bank statements, calendars, forms, manuals, maps, and so on, are just a few examples of how we interact with PDF files everyday — they’re simply put, everywhere.

And it’s only natural that with frequent use of PDFs you’ll inevitably end up having a few questions about how to perform certain tasks, how to fix annoying problems or even what tools your peers recommend that you should use for your PDF related projects.

That’s why we’re launching a new question and answer site, based on the highly popular technology platform used by StackOverflow.com, for all of your PDF related questions.

4xPDF Help

Unlike a forum, the primary goal behind the 4x PDF Help platform is to get the best possible answer(s) for every PDF related question there is. It’s a question and answer site crossed with a wiki of sorts (that’s right, you can edit other peoples answers once you have enough points). Subjective questions, off topic discussions and flame wars are not tolerated, but good and useful questions and answers most definitely are. In fact, that’s the only reason for the site.

So the next time you have a question about PDF or feel like helping someone else out, where will you go?

That’s right, you’ll go to 4x PDF Help. Welcome Aboard!

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  • PDF Questions and Answers site goes live at 4x PDF | Debenu Blog said:

    […] for you. We’ve just launched a new question and answer site for all of your PDF questions. Visit 4x PDF Help and ask a question. This entry was written by Karl De Abrew, posted on November 29, 2009 at 6:15 […]

  • Jeff said:

    I am using the Adobe Reader plugin in Firefox. The PDF file I have accessed has approximately 350 bookmarks – each bookmark is a link to another PDF. I would like to download all 350 linked PDFs. How do I do this without clicking on each bookmark and downloading each PDF one-by-one?

  • Rowan Hanna (author) said:

    Thanks for your question Jeff — if you could re-ask it at http://help.4xpdf.com/ someone should be able to help you.

  • Bill said:

    I’m working on creating an interactive PDF document using InDesign. Realistically, a horizontal format works best for it to be seen on a computer monitor (accommodating any other device is unnecessary for this particular document). However, there are several pages that will probably need to be printed out and those pages should have a vertical format (not a horizontal format as seen on the screen).

    I’ve been told that there is a way to hide a page underneath another, whereby when printed will actually print the underlying (or unseen) version instead of the visible one. I don’t don’t need for my entire document to be printed out, but only these select and specific few and I wanted them different than what is actually seen on the screen (for instance, the unseen pages would have considerably more detail than its screen counterpart and also be a vertical format).

    Can anyone assist me with being able to do this?

    Thank you in advance.

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