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PDF Editor, Tips and Tutorials, Under The PDF Hood »

[30 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

The PDF specification provides many options for the display of textual content and the related extraction of the text content. In this article I will try to highlight the key areas and terms that you will encounter when working under the hood with fonts in PDF files.

PDF Conversion, PDF Security, Tips and Tutorials »

[29 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

If you are one of the skilled and adept in the ever-increasing freelance market and you are looking to do something really new, try ‘PDF conversion’, and read on…

Free, PDF Reader, PDF Tools, Tips and Tutorials »

[19 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

Do you know that if you are using MAC OS X, you don’t need a PDF reader to view your PDF files? If you want to discover this secret, read on…

Free, PDF Online, PDF Reader, Tips and Tutorials »

[17 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

Are you using MAC OS X and Firefox and would like to view PDF documents directly through Firefox? Then this article is for you. In order to do that using Firefox, we need an extra “Add-on” for Firefox, since this feature does not come built-in with your Firefox installation. The “Add-on” that we need for this task is called: Firefox PDF Plugin for Mac OS X 1.1.3.

Editorials, Free, PDF Online, Tips and Tutorials »

[4 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

Google Docs is really a wonderful alternative to Office applications where you can create your documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms. Suppose you have created a “Document” through Google Docs and wanted that document in PDF format.

Editorials, PDF Online, Tips and Tutorials »

[4 Mar 2010 | One Comment | ]

As you know, as a Gmail user, you can view the PDF attachments directly from within Gmail. But, did you know that you can view the PDF files in Plain HTML format using Gmail?

Tips and Tutorials »

[26 Feb 2010 | One Comment | ]

Maybe you have done some presentation slides that you want to share but don’t want to be modified for example. For this purpose, the solution might to go with PDF.

Tips and Tutorials »

[25 Feb 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

Imagine yourself working with your Microsoft Office: Word Mac 2008 writing that document that you will be sending to your manager. What is that?! A guideline is telling you that you have to submit the document in PDF format. And, there is no time, what to do?

Ebooks, Editorials, PDF Reader, Tips and Tutorials »

[4 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]

PDF format is one of the most popular formats in e-readers. Among over 40 types of e-readers in the marketplace, the Sony Reader is one of the most favorite for many users worldwide. Read this article for improving your reading experience with the Sony Reader.

PDF Conversion, PDF Editor, PDF Tools, Tips and Tutorials »

[20 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

Often there is still a requirement to revise the data, and as we know, this is (usually) not possible once a file has been converted to a PDF. That said, one can convert PDF files back to Excel using some of the conversion software available. On such software is AnyBizSoft PDF to Excel Converter. Here’s how…

Free, PDF Tools, Tips and Tutorials »

[2 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

Many people look for the solutions to convert PDF back to PowerPoint as they often need to alter and adjust their presentations. Take for example, teachers, lectures, technology commentators, etc. Luckily, there are a couple of free ways online to do this.

Tips and Tutorials »

[10 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Acrobat for Legal Professionals has a great tip on how to add bookmarks to a PDF Portfolio.

Acrobat 9, Tips and Tutorials »

[9 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Peachpit has published a chapter from Donna Baker’s latest book, Acrobat 9 HowTo’s online. The free chapter deals with how to create PDF Portfolios in Acrobat 9.

Editorials, Tips and Tutorials »

[11 Dec 2008 | No Comment | ]

Linux hasn’t received much attention from the PDF world over the years and it’s not hard to understand why. First, Linux relies on open source developers (i.e. people doing stuff for free) and PDF creators, editors and viewers don’t appear to be on the priority list.

PDF Scanners, Tips and Tutorials »

[31 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Do you want to learn how to create high-quality digital documents from paper documents? If you replied with an emphatic yes, then I’ve got the perfect article for you. A guide to sharing documents takes you through the entire process: from getting the best results when scanning, to explaining the OCR’ing process and finally a demonstration on how to the best results when converting the scanned image to PDF.
This guide specializes on how to produce a digital document that is worth sharing. Namely the technical aspect, the trade-off between quality …