CloudHQ

Save Gmail Emails as PDFs with CloudHQ Chrome Extension

Free to use, the CloudHQ ‘Save emails to PDF’ extension is one of our new favourites as it makes saving Gmail emails as PDF documents really easy! All it takes is 1 click and boom – your email has been saved as a PDF to your preferred location, ready to open and edit as you see fit!

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Our latest testimonial for Infix 6

Our latest testimonial left by Sioufi, a pleased Infix 6 user!

“Infix PDF editor is a great product for editing and editing word and PDF files.
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Tis’ the Season to Think About Christmas Cards

Tis’ the season to start thinking about Christmas, if you haven’t already, and all that comes with – festive food, Christmas shopping and – a chore to some – card writing! There often seems so much to do to celebrate Christmas in style that cards are the least are your worries, but rather than just buying a multipack to get them over and done with, why not look online for some festive card templates you can print off and personalise – something that always goes down well with the kids, especially if they’re the ones sending the cards!

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PDF Day Australia

PDF Day Australia

It’s not long now until PDF day in Australia – 4 days to be precise as it falls this year on 25th November. Scheduled to be held in Sydney at the Canon Information Systems Research Australia (CiSRA) HQ, the day is staged by the PDF Association and designed to assist those to whom PDFs are an integral part of business understand the ISO-standardised technology. This will include CIOs, electronic content policymakers and document management experts.

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Take control of your Infix 7 licenses

Thanks to Iceni Technology’s unique license management feature, keeping tabs on your Infix 7 license is now a breeze.

If you have an Annual or Enterprise package for Infix 7, you might be wondering how many of your licenses you’ve activated, who in your team is using the software, and whether you can free up any licenses for new members of staff.
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PDF 2.0

PDF 2.0 due for Release in 2017

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) have announced that PDF 2.0 is (finally) due for release in 2017, 9 years after Adobe turned over ownership in 2008.

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Dropbox

New Dropbox update allows for in-app PDF signing on iOS devices

If you’ve found it frustrating that you can’t sign a PDF “in-app” whilst using Dropbox, you’re sure to be pleased with the new update released for iOS users. Aimed at boosting mobile productivity for those who need to work on the move, the new update allows PDF users to sign where needed digitally and then re-save (either as a copy or to the original). Users can also edit other fields, adding text to appropriate fields and save to the file.

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File Sharing & Collaboration with GroupMe

If you’re a user of Microsoft’s chat app GroupMe, you’ll no doubt be pleased with the new update to allow file sharing of up to 50MB (per file). With the ability to share from a multitude of local or cloud storage locations including OneDrive, GoogleDrive, DropBox and Amazon Drive, this brings GroupMe higher into the league to compete with established networking apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.

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A trip down memory lane

 

 

We’re celebrating 20 years of Iceni this year – take a trip down memory lane with us back to 1996! How many of these things do you remember?

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How To Use iOS 3D Touch Function to Print to PDF

If you’re using an iPhone model 6s onwards, then you’ll be able to use the 3D Touch functionality to do all sorts of commands, depending on the app you’re using. Introduced in June 2016, 3D Touch allows users to select from different options depending on how hard they press down on the phone screen; for example, a slight touch on an email in the Mail app will open a preview, whereas a slightly harder push will open the message completely. This feature is used across a wide range of apps for different purposes, one of the most common being the “Print” function.

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