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Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year

Merry Christmas to all of our customers and website visitors!

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Confused. A college student is confused by her class notes

Confusing Instructions? We Agree!

We love Infix users who tell us what they think – even if it’s not all roses.

One blogger has gone the extra mile to point out the good, the bad and the ugly in Infix 7. roserodent highlights some glaring omissions from our on-line user manual, particularly when it comes to selecting multiple objects on a page. Oh and a really confusing explanation of how to delete objects across pages – even we found that confusing when we re-read it this morning.

The great thing about the new on-line manual is it’s easy for us to change and all users see the updates straight away. So the confusing text is now gone and we hope the explanation of how to select multiple objects is now clearer.

Roserodent has lots of other suggestions for how we can improve Infix – some of which we plan to include in the next update. Some will take us a bit longer.

Visit roserodent‘s blog now for a really informative report of her experiences with Infix 7.

Confused image courtesy of CollegeDegrees360


ImBatch releases “Save as PDF” update

Users of popular batch image processing tool ImBatch will be pleased with the latest update, 4.5.0, which has added a large emphasis on the “Save-to-PDF” option now inbuilt within the software

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Affordable & comprehensive PDF editing with Infix

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).

Infix was the only product we have found that performed even better than Adobe, and was affordable-that everyone in the company could have it on their computer.

In using Adobe editing, it still had its hurdles like matching fonts, colors, and properly formatting. We have not encountered these issues with infix.

Other companies like Corel had conversion issues, which would not properly convert fonts, colors, and/or distorting the format. Once more, Infix had no problems with those issues. Other software had problem with freezing during editing and/or conversion; again not with Infix. We’ve also found the experience using Infix was easier, saved time by being very intuitive to the user, and was a perfect in keeping the font, colors, formatting, and/or conversion true to the original.

Thus, we’ve never gone back to the others after using Infix; and we give our highest recommendation for Infix over any other.

Ral Swanson,
Director of Marketing