Monthly Archives: September 2011

Enjoy iPad Reading with the Help of PDF Converter

Reading on the iPad 2 is a very pleasant experience. The big screen size is perfect for reading books, and the thinner and slightly lighter new device makes it easier to carry and read anywhere. The text displays well, and … Continue reading

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Make Adobe Reader Open Where You Left Off

Adobe Reader is, as the name suggests, a program allowing you to read things. PDF files, of course. And since e-readers such as the Kindle arrived, we’ve all started to read more and more books and manuals online, or on … Continue reading

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The leading Office package too complicated?

Here is an article to answer a reader’s question about MS Office: What are the best alternatives to Microsoft Office? The reader has just bought a new Windows 7 PC and wants some advice to get through the “over-complex MS … Continue reading

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Adobe Reader and Acrobat Version 8 End of Support

Here is an article from Adobe Reader Blog by Steve Gottwals, Adobe Reader Group Product Manager: As stated in the Adobe Support Lifecycle Policy, Adobe provides five years of product support from the general availability date of Adobe Reader and … Continue reading

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How to Set and Recover a PDF File Password?

The standard security provided by PDF consists of two different methods and two different passwords. A PDF document may be protected by password for opening (“user” password) and the document may also specify operations that should be restricted even when … Continue reading

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Portably Free PDF Tools

PDF is a Portable Document Format, which is used for purposes such as eBooks, presentation files, design files such as Auto Cad and many more. It simply facilitates users to be able to view the particular file in its PDF … Continue reading

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How to Convert Excel, PowerPoint and Word to PDF for Free

Do you know that you could convert your Excel, PowerPoint, Word documents to PDF? Yes, this can be accomplished without using any third-party tools. Moreover, the PDF copy of the Excel, PowerPoint and Word documents will retain the fonts, images … Continue reading

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