Category Archives: Productivity


Estate Agent

Can an estate agent make good use of a PDF editor?

 

PDFs are used in a range of industries from leisure to marketing, catering to translators, but one industry that may come as a surprise is real estate. It possibly shouldn’t; after all, estate agents give out details about every house on their books to prospective buyers or renters, and these have to be created and edited somehow.

Next time you drive by an estate agent’s window, just think of all the properties available, usually displayed with full-colour images and details in the window. Those also have to be created and edited from a template, and this is where a good PDF editor comes in.

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A PDF editor for closing property deals

I receive so many documents in PDF format and find that I cannot edit or sign them.

Presently I am trying to do a closing on a property in Florida and I am in New York. All the documents are being sent to me in PDF form and the only thing I can do is read and save them. I decided to download this program to see if it would solve the problem.

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Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in April 2015

Digital Hollywood Spring – 2015

April 27-30

Ritz Carlton Hotel, Marina del Rey, California

The summit for anyone interested in the world of digital media, Digital Hollywood Spring 2015 is being held at the prestigious Ritz Carlton Hotel in Marina del Ray, California this year and will cover a wide range of strategic sessions over the 3 days, including The Power of YouTube, Broadcasting without Borders and Native & Contextual Strategies: From Youtube & Facebook Programming and OTT Delivery to Mobile.

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Man on computer

Personal Uses for A PDF Editing Program

You may think its only businesses that would have a need to download and use a PDF editing program but we find that quite a large proportion of our customers use Infix on a day-to-day personal basis. A lot of people have hobbies that involve creating and editing documents, and if those documents are PDFs and no original source file can be found, they face the same problems as a business does with getting those documents edited.

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4 Ways a Training Organisation Can Use a PDF Editor

A lot of our longstanding customers work in the training and educational sectors, and use Infix for their PDF editing needs within their organisations. If you are in the training sector and use PDF documents on a regular basis, here are just 4 ways that using an editing program will make your job easier…

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E-Signature

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 – a real ‘fix’ for PDF editing

At my level I need to import a lot of text, graphical information into documents and create coherent document in PDF formats for distribution. These documents after circulation comes back with corrections and suggestions and it took me a lot of time to re-work on the original documents and then re-convert them to PDF and compare with the revised proof, and this was cumbersome and prone to errors, going in cycles till I achieved the revised document.

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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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Days searching for a PDF editor!

Dear all,

I was trying to adapt one PDF containing text and images, namely to replace the original text by its translation to my own language and to keep the layout and mainly images untouched. It was a page from downloaded catalogue.
I spent more than 2 day searching on internet to find any product being able to do that. Later I found that the original text was not most probably created as pure PDF but was changed to PDF format by some technique (I am not specialist in that field). Anyway the PDF Editor of Iceni was the only program which allowed me to do that task.

It took me 2 days searching, but it was worth it. Thanks to Iceni.

Best regards, Zbynek


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!

Sincerely,
Sherrill Layton
Media Ecologist