Microsoft have finally caught up with MAC OS X and included Print to PDF as a direct feature for any document in Windows 10 that is open in a text editing program that can be printed from, such as Microsoft natives Word or Notepad, or third party programs like LibreOffice. This also applies to any file, not just text documents.
If you’re in need of a PDF Maps app, look no further than the latest release of PDF Maps 2.6 for iOS from Avenza Systems. Avenza, suppliers of cartography and mapping software, released the new update on August 26th to include Map Bundles, localization for German, Japanese, Chinese and Russian users and improved OpenStreetMap search results.
If you spend a lot of time on your mobile or tablet browsing the web, then this post is going to be right up your street! A lot of companies have created mobile friendly versions of their websites (especially since Google’s Mobile Friendly update last April) and as such, have made sure that any corresponding PDF documents online can be read and accessed by users.
If you’ve ever spent a long time creating a document you want to ultimately keep safe, then you’ll understand how important a password is! You’ve invested time and money into the writing and creation of your content, so keeping it safe is top priority – but you must remember the golden rules of creating a good, solid password first!
I had 72 PDF files of satellite antenna patterns to modify. Surprisingly, my version of Acrobat X Pro had no find and replace capability. I started searching for a solution to PDF find and replace text in batches and found Infix Pro PDF Editor. It is perfect for editing, finding, and replacing text data in a multi-level directory file system. I selected the top level directory which had six sub-folders with 12 files with all unique names. The program identified and modified all the PDF files and ignored the text files in the same directories that I did not want to modify. Each find and replace on 72 individual PDF files took less than two minutes for all 72 files! Amazing PDF editor!
-Chris Nichols, USA
It’s a great program. Often I get information in PDF files, which should rule. It’s all sorts of documents related to my work. If not for this program, I would have to manually retype all of the text in a Word, bringing to fix and then convert them into PDF format. With such a great program, I can immediately correct this in pdf format. This greatly facilitates the work and saves even more time and nerves.
-Nataly Makogon, Russia
You’ve got a document that you and your staff have slaved away on for hours, making revisions, edits and numerous versions as back-ups, and now you’re ready to release it to the world. It could be an infographic, a report, a study – whatever it is, it’s your work and you don’t want other people using it without your permission (especially if you’re intending to charge for it to be downloaded and used publicly).
Google Drive (previously known as Google Docs) has been through a number of changes and iterations since it went live in 2012, both to design and functionality, including the launch of two Professional Editions, Drive for Work and Drive for Education, in 2014. Comprising of 3 free web-based programs; Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides, these make up Google’s office-suite offering and allow for real-time collaboration and editing with other users that have access to the documents in question. Both desktop and app versions are available, but the app does not allow for download of documents in the same way as desktop; on the app, users can choose to Open files in different programs installed on their devices, and then Save from within those apps. Adobe is one such app, or PDF Reader for Android.
Translated, this testimonial talks about how easy Infix is to use and edit PDF documents with!
You’ve built a site and you want to add a PDF or multiple PDF documents to aid user experience – maybe you want to add your brochures for easy download (and in a format they can’t then easily be edited), or a full version of your paper catalogue to save on sending copies through the post – whatever the reason, you don’t only want users to view them, you want search engines such as Google to be able to index them too! This way, you stand a chance of your PDF pages appearing in the search result pages for matching queries, and as such, an increased click through rate to those pages directly!