Foxit IFilter finds PDF files fastest

  • This entry was posted in PDF IFilter and tagged adobe, annotations, bookmarks, foxit, PDF ifilter, sharepoint
  • April 26, 2016
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By Scott Nguyen, Integrated Sales and Support

Do you have a big digital library of pdfs (1000 or more)? That’s a lot of files to manage! If you need to retrieve an old one, it could be similar to finding a needle in a haystack. With Foxit PDF IFilter, you have your own search engine for quickly n…

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What you may be missing when you search PDF documents (Hint: it might cost you a lawsuit)

  • This entry was posted in PDF Solutions and tagged PDF Search
  • April 19, 2016
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By Eric Mcguire, Integrated Sales and Support

Here’s a great article about the importance of PDF search. It addresses the problems PDF searching can pose, plus some solutions…

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The top reasons PDF hasn’t been replaced (yet)

  • This entry was posted in ConnectedPDF and tagged adobe, Foxit MobilePDF, mobile, PDF/A, PDF/X
  • April 12, 2016
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By David Rand, VP of Marketing

PDF is as old as VHS tapes, but it hasn’t been replaced yet.  Here’s why. And a look at the future.

1. The PDF standard accommodates a wide range of uses

PDF is available in a variety of formats for specialized uses, including PDF/X for printing, PDF/A for doc…

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How to edit a PDF document

  • This entry was posted in PhantomPDF and tagged adobe illustrator, edit pdf, highlight pdf, phantompdf
  • April 5, 2016
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By Brian Duddy, Product Engineer

A lot of people think that pdfs are “read-only” and can’t be edited. Not true! With the right PDF software, you can easily edit a PDF document. There’s no need to hunt down the original source document, make edits to it in another application, and then convert it…

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Cheap storage does not mean you shouldn’t compress your PDFs

  • This entry was posted in PDF Solutions and tagged PDF archiving, PDF compression, pdf software, PDF/A
  • March 29, 2016
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By Thomas Zellmann, LuraTech Sales Manager

When you scan or create documents using your PDF software, you create files that are ideal for digital storage because they:

  • Don’t require proprietary software to read them
  • Save space
  • Are easy to search and find
  • Won’t get lost (if you’re ba…

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4 must-have features for PDF software in schools today (and 1 for tomorrow)

  • This entry was posted in ConnectedPDF, PDF Solutions and tagged ConnectedPDF, e-books, google, school
  • March 22, 2016
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By Grace Wu, AVP of Marketing Sales & Service

Education today is all about collaboration and online technology. The PDF standard is over 20 years old. Make sure that your PDF software has the following four features. And make sure to read about the next big killer app for pdfs at the end of t…

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Translate PDFs into other languages

  • This entry was posted in Foxit Reader and tagged Foxit Cloud, foxit reader, PDF Cloud, translate pdf
  • March 15, 2016
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By Scott Nguyen, Integrated Sales and Support

More than 70 percent of the world’s purchasing power is located outside of the United States. That’s just one of many reasons why translating text into other languages using foxit reader is useful. Here’s how to do it.

Translate text with Foxit

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Turn Outlook emails into PDFs

  • This entry was posted in PhantomPDF, User tip and tagged bookmarks, create pdf, email, ISO, microsoft, microsoft office, Outlook, PDF/A
  • March 8, 2016
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By Leon Liang, Marketing Research Analyst

Foxit PhantomPDF lets you create PDF files from the entire Microsoft Office suite. And it automatically keeps bookmarks, links, hyperlinks, and outlines from your source files in those pdfs. Here’s how to do it for your Outlook email.

Use the Foxit Out…

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Foxit releases Foxit Reader for Mac and Linux 1.1

  • This entry was posted in Foxit Reader, Update and tagged annotate pdf, foxit reader, linux, MAC, print pdf, retina display, RMS, view pdf
  • March 4, 2016
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By Leon Liang, Marketing Research Analyst

foxit reader for Mac/Linux makes it easy to view, print, and annotate PDF documents. In addition, it supports AD RMS for enterprises that need document access control.

Today, we’re glad to announce version 1.1, with a clean new user interface and usefu…

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