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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…

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?

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.

Uncategorized »

[23 May 2009 | No Comment | ]

Monsters and Critics has stepped up and published a piece with a few answers to some common questions and answers to assist when working with PDFs.

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[21 May 2009 | No Comment | ]

Drop by our sister site, 4XPDF for a quick top 7 reasons (and solutions) for what to do when your PDF will not open:
1. The display in browser feature is a dead duck.
2. Your PDF corrupted when you downloaded, and it’s stuck in the cache.
3. The PDF was damaged in the conversion process.
4.  You only have part of the file.
5. Your email scanner/spam agent renamed the PDF for security reasons.
6. Your PDF has an open-password.
7. Your PDF needs a custom security plug-in (usually for ebooks, corporate documents…)
Maybe next time, you shouldn’t leave …

Adobe Acrobat, PDF Metadata »

[13 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]

The Acrobat for Legal Processionals blog has posted a link to the video of their recent eSeminar which covered the very important topic of redaction and metadata removal

Acrobat 9, PDF JavaScript »

[2 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]

Yet another contribution by Thom Parker, Acrobat plug-in master, and host of a website called pdfscripting.com. In today’s post, Thom looks to explain the relationship between Acrobat, PDF, and scripts.

Acrobat 9, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, Adobe Reader 9, Featured »

[20 Jan 2009 | 30 Comments | ]

Installing software on an unsupported operating system isn’t usually a good idea. In fact, it is quite often fraught with risk, as a lot of people found in 2006 when they tried to install software on Windows Vista that was originally been built for Windows XP and hadn’t been updated yet. Luckily — so far — it seems like it is going to be a far smoother transition from Windows Vista to Windows 7.

Acrobat Plug-in, Adobe Acrobat »

[20 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Acrobat for Legal Professionals has published a video from an Acrobat plug-in developer which demonstrates how you can use the AutoInk plug-in and Acrobat to write directly on top of PDF documents.

PDF Forms, PDF JavaScript »

[20 Jan 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
PDFScripting.com Demonstrates How To Copy PDF Scripts

Thom Parker, CEO of WindJack Solutions has been developing world-class plug-ins for Adobe-related products since 1997. He’s been kind enough to to provide us with a tip from his website pdfscripting.com. This tip is designed at showing you how you to effectively copy PDF Scripts from one PDF to another.

Adobe Acrobat, PDF Security »

[11 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

In a recent series of blog posts, Didier Stevens has been demonstrating how to add digital signatures to a variety of file types. Last week he covered PDF: the tutorials is relatively straight-forward, simply going through the steps of how-to add a digital signature to a PDF, but for anyone who hasn’t done this before it could be quite useful.

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.

PDF Forms, PDF JavaScript »

[8 Jan 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve worked with PDF and JavaScript, but I always remember that with a bit of patience and know-how, you really could accomplish some pretty amazing tasks. I asked my friend Thom Parker, CEO of pdfscripting.com and WindJack Solutions sent me through a tip on using a calculation to hide/show a form field.

PDF Online »

[8 Jan 2009 | One Comment | ]

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