Since PDF documents are so widely spread and strongly supported by a majority of programs and all across platforms and devices, it became the number-one choice for sharing documents online. With this, problems arose, some of them revolving around copyright and, blatantly said, stealing of information.
In order to make sure that your carefully and thoroughly gathered and presented information is not claimed as their work by other people, you can add a watermark to your document. This tutorial will show you how to add a watermark to your PDF using a PDF Editor. Continue reading How To Watermark A PDF [Tutorial]
Some content is simply not meant to share. This becomes problematic when you have to share or upload a document, yet don’t want all information on the pages to be made public.
Bank statements, invoices, credit card bills – they all contain sensitive data you might not want out there when sending prove of purchase, etc.
Here’s where PDF2Go can help you! We can show you how, with the help of our Edit a Page function, you can censor whatever you send or upload via or to the web! Continue reading How To Censor A PDF [Tutorial]
By now, stating how versatile and practical the PDF format is, is redundant. You know about all the advantages of this document format already, about the retained formatting, the support on all kinds of devises and the possibilities of protection.
We have also talked a lot about different ways to edit PDFs already. From sorting, deleting and rearranging pages, over resizing and compressing whole documents, to merging and splitting files – we have a tutorial for all of those.
BUT… what if you want to edit a PDF page directly? Yes, this is possible as well and today, will show you how to edit a PDF! Continue reading How To Edit A PDF File [Tutorial]