Use interactive forms to collect data
  • This entry was posted in PhantomPDF, User tip
  • March 3, 2016
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By Eric Mcguire, Integrated Sales and Support Interactive forms (also called fillable forms) allow users to type data directly into the form fields. As you can imagine, it’s much easier for you to collect data—such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses—from interactive forms. Es...

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  • This entry was posted in Update
  • February 29, 2016
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By David Rand, VP of Marketing Foxit will soon release Foxit Redactor for Office™, a Microsoft Office plug-in that allows you to protect sensitive content in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint by “blacking it out”. It couldn’t be much easier: Just mark confidential content for redaction in the Office ap...

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  • This entry was posted in ConnectedPDF
  • February 8, 2016
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By David Rand, VP of Marketing If there’s one thing Foxit understands, it’s documents—and the pain points of dealing with them. There is massive global dependency on PDF documents. And while there are huge gains from the information-sharing that takes place, there are also huge risks and vulnerab...

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