Category Archives: Office Life

Man accessing the cloud

3 Tips for Using a PDF editor on Documents Downloaded from the Cloud

You’ve been added as a collaborator to a PDF document that currently sits on the cloud, such as on Google Drive or via a program such as Dropbox, but it needs editing or translating and you don’t have access to the original source file. It is possible to download the file, but then you’re stuck because it’s in a PDF format, rendering it unable for editing – or is it! This is where using a fast, reliable and relatively simple-to-use PDF editing program comes in!

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Littoral rainforest in north Queensland, Australia

Littoral rainforest in north Queensland, Australia

Reducing environmental impact in 2015

We all know the impact that wasting paper has on the environment and our rainforests across the world, with trees being chopped down faster than they can be planted and grow – in February this year, reports came in from Greenpeace that ancient forest areas three times bigger than Paris were being systematically destroyed to make paper, in a time period of less than a year! We all hear the phrases, “do your bit to save the trees” and “going green”, bandied around but do any of us truly think about how our individual efforts work together to form a bigger picture in helping the save the rainforests?

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Is this how your e-signature could look?

E-Signatures – Why Do We Use Them?

You may have heard the phrase “e-signature”, but do you know what it means? An e-signature, also known as “e-siggy” for short, is an Electronic Signature used when working with electronic messaging services, such as e-mail. It takes the place of a physical signature and is most commonly used on programs such as Outlook and Thunderbird when sending emails, as well as within documents such as contracts sent electronically.

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Infix PDF Editor – saved time by being very intuitive

Our company, wanted a cost effective yet powerful PDF editing suite that everyone within the company can utilize-not just those in administration or marketing. Adobe is too costly, and the other software brands only convert (but not edit).

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Don’t start from scratch – edit the PDF!

Hello Infix Team,

I recently edited a PDF file and submitted the material back to the university with over 300 corrections. The producer of the article told me it would be quicker for the graphic department to redesign the article than to fix all the corrections, and, because we did not have the original Word file, it posed a great problem for us all.

How to correct the file without going to a complex designer program? With Infix, that’s how! I was delighted to find your software exists, and I was able to download the file and edit it with ease. My whole department is appreciative of the time this has saved us from starting from scratch.

Thank you, Infix, you belong on every editor’s desktop!

Sherrill Layton
Media Ecologist

Editing PDF Landscape Plans with Infix

Ok, I’m writing this because want the free licence, and I do like the software. I’d not bother otherwise.

Why’s that? Because this is the first pdf editor which I tried that did exactly what I wanted in under 2 minutes, without me having any prior experience with it at all. That was after spending a good few hours looking for and trying various different pdf editors from all over the web. How frustrating!

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Infix PDF Editor vous donne l’opportunité d’ouvrir et de modifier le contenu des fichiers PDF

Bonne nouvelle… Infix PDF Editor vous donne l’opportunité d’ouvrir et de modifier le contenu des fichiers PDF. Enfin un logiciel qui m’évite la nécessité de convertir mes documents dans un autres format.

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Search & replace through hundreds of PDFs

I tried several PDF editors before giving Infix PDF Editor a try, and I’ll never have to try another! I even have Adobe Acrobat Pro, which I assumed would cover all of my PDF needs, but it’s glaring lack of a single feature which I assumed would be available, and commonly required by many users, sent me searching for a better PDF solution.

I had a batch of hundreds of documents, all of which were titled with our university department’s name. When the department consolidated and changed it’s official name, I needed to perform a simple search and replace from the old name to the new, on all the documents. This is a simple batch procedure, and I was amazed that Acrobat Pro did NOT have this capability. It seemed so obvious I was tempted to ask Adobe for my money back! After seeing positive reviews for Infix PDF Editor online, I downloaded the trial version and was blown away! The interface is incredibly intuitive. Without reading any documentation, it took me about 2 minutes to figure out how to set up my batch find and replace, and the whole job executed within minutes. The replaced text flawlessly adopted the font style and size of the original text, and flowed perfectly.

Sorry Adobe, I paid for your product and it came up short. Infix PDF Editor is the ticket!

– Ryan Hill

Redacting PDFs – easy and secure with Infix

I just wanted to send off a quick note to you – I am so impressed with your Infix PDF Editor. I am not the most savvy tech person out there, so I think that if I am able to use your product, most anyone out there should be able to do so as well.

I was looking for a program that would allow me to black out text in PDFs. I really don’t have the budget for a higher priced solution at this time, so I was thrilled to learn that you had an option for me.

Previously, I had to pull up PDFs in an image editing program (not Photoshop as that is waaay above my head) and fiddle around with stupid black boxes to cover up the sensitive information. Again, I know that I’m not the smartest when it comes to graphics and all of that, but it was something that I could on my own. Then I read that it would be possible to somehow strip away the boxes I made and see the information underneath? Scared the daylights out of me, to be honest.

I AM pretty good at web searches at least, and I saw your Infix program while looking for a more secure method. It looked to be something that I could handle, so I gave it a try. I was really, really impressed at how easy it was. All I had to do was select the text ( I CAN copy and paste…lol ), then pick redact text I think it was and the sensitive information is covered up. I will have to take you at your word that it can’t be removed to see the information underneath, as I have no way of testing that on my own.

So, a big thanks for making my life a little bit easier and more secure. I highly recommend this program…was very easy to use and really no learning curve at all. Keep up the great work!

– Brian Fulton

Edit: Please be assured, redaction is completley secure in Infix – once blacked-out, there’s no way anyone can reveal the original text or image.

Editing educational PDFs – a user perspective

In my job, I have many documents that I use which need to be altered. I often need to delete text, and objects, to protect identifiable information, I also need to editorialize the documents to explain and educate.

I prefer to use PDF format files. They are easier to work with when I scan and they are universally accepted as a final product. Infix is great, because there are never any issues with the documents looking presentable when someone is using a different program to open the PDF, which is often an issue when using word, google docs or open office to edit the documents.

I use the program in its advanced version, since I’d like to access all the features. It’s still fairly simple to use most features, though, if I’m honest, there’s so many advanced features that I’ve had to refer to the user manual more than once. The user manual is well written, very readable and demonstrates how to achieve the desired effects. So far I’m very happy with Infix.

– Luke Barre