Despite the rising popularity of open-source word-processing programs like OpenOffice and LibreOffice, Microsoft Office’s Word is still among the most popular writing programs out there. Yet, there are several instances in which a DOC or DOCX document may not be fit for sharing or sending.
Thus, we have gathered 5 reasons why you might want to consider to convert your Word documents to PDF. Continue reading 5 Reasons Why To Convert Word To PDF
Did this happen to you before? You want to copy or scan your ID, a legal document, passport or a book or article, but you are not too familiar with the scanner? And in the end, your document is upside down or rotated?
Luckily, you can easily rotate single pages or a whole PDF document easily using PDF2Go. We have even created an easy to follow tutorial for you. To make things easy, we used arrows and clear labeling for our buttons, yet that is not always the case.
That’s reason enough for us to explore the whole business about rotation directions. Continue reading All You Need To Know About Rotation Directions
We have talked about printing PDFs before, remember? It is practical that PDF documents retain their formatting and thus look exactly like they did on screen once they are printed out. However, as stated in our Resize PDF Tutorial, the paper size of your print is something that should be taken into consideration as well – especially when you don’t print on your own but give the job to a printing company.
In the tutorial mentioned above, we have already mentioned the different paper sizes available to choose from when resizing your PDF with PDF2Go. Now, let’s have a much closer look at the differences between these paper sizes to help you decide which one you might need. Continue reading All You Need To Know About Paper Sizes