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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…

Tips and Tutorials »

[22 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

Reena over at Investintech.com has come up with an innovative list of 10 tips that can make working with PDFs easier. My top 3 favorite tips are:
4. Add bookmarks to your PDFs.
Bookmark lengthy PDFs. There’s nothing more irritating than having to blindly scroll and Ctrl +G your way through a PDF you just created. Toggling back between the TOC and your pages means eyestrain, permanent frowns and headaches, which are the most common and most fatiguing ailments in the workplace. Having your pages visually indexed on the side, will save you and …

Acrobat Plug-in, General News, PDF JavaScript »

[20 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

I’ve had the inside tip that a new website, pdfscripting.com, a site focused on scripting Acrobat and PDF — with a healthy dose of JavaScript is on the boil. Using a subscription model, you’ll have the opportunity to access a swagger of videos, script examples, automation tools, and cut-and-paste libraries.
It’s owned and operated by WindJack solutions— who’ve been knee-deep in Acrobat & PDF since version 5.
I’ve taken a look through the beta site and I’m quite impressed — you can sign up to get the word when it’s publicly released. …

Tips and Tutorials »

[15 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Have you ever wondered why it’s so hard to edit text in a PDF? Or extract that text into another file format?
PDF Architect and a Senior Principal Scientist, Jim King, has written a blog post, Text Content in PDF Files, explaining the reason for this.
The PDF design is very tailored to the creator being able to quite directly and without ambiguity, specify the exact output desired. That is a strong virtue for PDF and the price of more difficult text extraction is a price worth paying for that design.
The article …

PDF Creation, Tips and Tutorials »

[28 May 2008 | No Comment | ]

The ASUS Eee PC comes with either Xandros or Windows XP installed by default. Since there is a ton of different ways to create PDFs on Windows XP (just search Google for ‘create pdfs free xp’), this post will just focus on creating PDFs on Xandros.
In this tutorial we are going to use CUPS-PDF to add print to PDF functionality in Xandros on the Eee PC in Easy Mode.
Creating PDFs on the Eee PC (Easy Mode)

The first thing you’ll need to do is open the Terminal Window. You can do this by …