PDF Toolkit – PDF Optimizer

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  • November 2, 2015
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Businesses talk about the benefits from reducing the amount of paper they work with: it is a more sustainable business practice, it reduces waste and it saves money that you would spend on paper and printing costs.

Yet the real benefit that most businesses see when they rely less on paper documen…

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Groundbreaking Redaction Plugin from Foxit

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  • October 26, 2015
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Groundbreaking Redaction Plugin from Foxit Helps Protect Sensitive Information

One of the many benefits that come from using PDF software to create documents is the ability to redact sensitive or confidential information from the content. To properly redact text, you must convert the file to a PD…

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Using PDF Software with Slideshare

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  • October 19, 2015
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A recent article on cmo shared some pretty interesting statistics about the slide deck hosting service Slideshare. What stands out as most impressive is the fact that in the fourth quarter of 2013, Slideshare averaged 60 million unique visitors a month and 215 million page views. Among business owne…

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Is PDF the Right Format for a Resume?

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  • October 12, 2015
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There was a time when job seekers would go into a place of business and drop off their resume. Aside from the contents, the only thing that made one stand out from the others was the type of paper it was printed on. Dropping off a resume in person, however, gave some job hunters another advantage: t…

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How to Create an E-Book with PDF Software

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  • September 28, 2015
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The concept of the e-reader dates back to Bob Brown’s 1930 book titled The Readies, however, digitized books didn’t become a reality until the 1971 launch of Project Gutenberg, which introduced the first e-book, a digitized copy of the Declaration of Independence.

Since then, e-books have managed…

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Inserting Watermarks via Batch Processing

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  • September 7, 2015
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Inserting Watermarks into pdfs via Batch Processing

Batch processing has been around since the days of punch cards and makes working with non-interactive tasks not only consistent, but also less resource-intensive.

To assist companies that deal with large amounts of PDF files, Foxit has releas…

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Often-Overlooked Tools in Your PDF Software

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  • August 31, 2015
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Because PDF software has been around since the late 1990s, anyone who regularly uses a computer or mobile device has seen a PDF file. Those same people are also well aware of how we use pdf software to create documents that are platform- and device-independent.

As happens with many software appli…

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What You Lose When You Print to PDF

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  • August 24, 2015
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Most businesses and industries have come to rely on pdf documents. They use PDF software to create technical manuals, e-books, white papers, brochures, instruction manuals, fillable forms, and even digital copies of random documents.

Since the file format is so popular, many applications provide…

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Pro Tips for Creating Interactive PDF Forms

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  • August 17, 2015
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Pro tips for using PDF software to create interactive forms

Part of what makes PDF software such a useful tool is the ability to create interactive, fillable forms. pdf software allows you to create forms that your recipients fill out on their computer and send to you electronically. They can eve…

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User Experience and PDF Documents

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  • August 10, 2015
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Anyone who’s ever been involved in web design, product design or application development has been exposed to the world of user experience (UX). While most people mistakenly think that UX deals simply with visual and interface design, in actuality, there’s a great deal more that goes into developing…

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