PDF Documents are known for their consistent and never-changing formatting. This is very helpful in many ways since the documents always look the same. For example for sharing, printing, uploading, transfer, etc.
However, what if you want to add to a PDF? Text, graphics, images, or drawings?
Then you need a powerful tool like PDF2Go!
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A few days ago, my mother gifted me with something unexpected. She had found pages and pages of typewriter-written texts from her own mother, my grandmother. Poems, short stories, diary entries, memories. A whole nostalgic world suddenly opened up in front of me in the form of a couple of JPEG images.
Of course, in the modern world we live in, my first instinct was to preserve this writing in a digital way. Luckily, I work at just the place for this!
Read more to find out how to preserve such old, personal, nostalgic texts using OCR.
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PDF2Go, Img2Go, and Video2Edit have several things in common.
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- They all allow elaborate editing of PDF documents, images, and videos respectively.
- They offer you powerful conversion tools to convert into different formats of the same file type (e.g. documents, images, videos, etc.) or in completely different formats (e.g. ebooks, audio files, etc.).
- The basic usage of all tools is completely free!
PDF documents are widely spread and strongly supported by a majority of programs and all across platforms and devices. It quickly became the number-one choice for sharing documents online. But with this, problems arose. Some of them revolve around copyright and, blatantly said, stealing.
Thus, you have to make sure that your carefully and thoroughly gathered and presented information is not claimed as someone else’s work by other people. To do so, 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.
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Sometimes, content is not meant to be shared. Especially when you want to (or have to) share or upload a document such as a PDF, DOC, or another text file. You don’t want all the information in it to be public.
Many documents might contain sensitive data – such as bank statements, invoices or credit card bills. This data, you certainly do not want out there when sharing proof of purchase, and the like.
PDF2Go can help you! We can show you how. All you need is our Edit PDF function to censor whatever you send or upload via or to the web!
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A great way to share your photos, images, all kinds of pictures is by creating a huge image collage. That way, you don’t have to send or upload all individually.
In the past, we have raved about the advantages of PDF a lot, thus it’s only natural that we show you how to create a free collage out of your image sin the PDF document format.
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There are so many different image file formats all over the internet. Some are used more than others, and slowly but surely, some formats are replaced by more modern and adept ones. One of the formats more on the descend is BMP, the Microsoft bitmap image format.
So, what can you do with such old and possibly soon deprecated image files? Easy: convert them to PDF! We can show you how in just three simple steps.
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Some of you might have already noticed, but we gave our Edit PDF function a complete makeover! Here’s what’s new and improved in one, quick and concise article.
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In the Google Play Store, you can find many good, free PDF viewers for your Android phone. It’s up to you which one you want to use, but what if you want to change your default PDF viewer?
This tutorial will tell you how to make another PDF reader app your default. This also works for other apps such as mail apps, image viewers, and more.
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It can be very tedious to create an HTML table. Every empty cell has to be considered, all rows and columns have to be written down perfectly, and copy-and-pasting becomes more difficult when you cannot introduce any error or your table is completely screwed. And let’s not even talk about merged cells.
Luckily, we found a very easy way to create a table in HTML to put on your website. What you need for this is a spreadsheet file such as XLX or XLSX (Microsoft Excel), ODS (LibreOffice) or CSV, and our free online PDF converter.
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