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EPIC REASONS
TO USE A PDF EDITOR

UPDATE IT YOURSELF

With a PDF editor, you can make
major changes to a document, such
as adjusting content, layout, and
margins. Once in PDF, you no longer
need word processor or page layout
software to change the document.

GOING DIGITAL

Got a hard copy of a document
but no digital copy? No problem.
A PDF editor can allow you to
scan a document, and using
optical character recognition
(OCR),
you can convert the
scanned image into text.

CHANGING FILE FORMATS

Got a PDF but really need the information
in another file format? No problem.

You can export your PDF into a word
processing, presentation software,
spreadsheets, or image file.

That's Teamwork

Collaborate on a document with
your coworkers - work together
on desktop or mobile devices
to access and comment on a
single document.

79%
Rise in telecommuting
between2005 and
2012 (1)

BUILD NEW DOCUMENTS

A PDF editor allows you to drag and drop
pages of existing PDFs to change the page
order or combine pages from different PDF

documents to build a completely new one.

ENABLE INTERACTION

Create interactive PDF forms that allow
customers to click buttons and check boxes to
easily fill out and distribute. You can even
connect the PDF form to a back-end database
to enable even easier data collection.

FUNCTIONALITY ON THE FLY

Enhance existing documents with watermarks,
stamps, headers and footers
— all from within
the PDF editor.

SIGN DOCUMENTS

A PDF editor program allows users to enter
a digital signature, adding efficiency to
processes that require signatures, such as
sharing contracts with vendors
.

Build a Simple Portfolio

Use your PDF editor to combine
different types of documents into
a single portfolio.
Each document
will remain separate, but you can
present them as one single unified
bundle, so you can organize
different types of files for a
project in the same place.

SECURE IT

Protect sensitive
documents with
encryption and
password protection
that allows you to
control access and
which operations
    users can perform
on a particular
document.

1.5MILLION
Monitored cyber attacks
in the U.S. in 2013 (2)

=100,000

ADDITIONAL SOURCES

1. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/08/your-money/when-working-in-your-pajamas-is-more-productive.html?_r=0
2. http://www-935.ibm.com/services/us/en/it-services/security-services/data-breach/