Since PDF files don’t allow further editing of the text or images they contain, they are a great format to share documents and forms online. Sending important documents via e-mail or uploading them to a website for further sharing is the norm by now.
However, if you embed a lot of different images like graphics, charts and photos, clipart and illustrations to a PDF, the file size is significantly high. Especially for PDF documents with many pages.
Luckily, large PDF files can be reduced in file size by a simple compression of the whole file.
[EDIT] We have improved our compression function! This tutorial was, of course, updated to the current and improved state! Continue reading How To Reduce PDF File Sizes [Tutorial]
Thanks to scanning software, it is by now fairly easy to send documents you want to keep via the internet. Scanning lecture books and other (scientific) work to read it on your computer is also a great invention of the past decades. However, what if the scanning process is interrupted in the middle and only half the job is sent? Or what if you scanned your ID card and now have both sides in different documents?
Likewise, some websites require you to upload information like a job application directly using the PDF format. Yet, what if they only allow uploading one file? And you have individual documents saved for your cover letter, resume, scanned certificates, etc.?
For these and other purposes it comes in handy when you can merge several PDF files into one. With our free online tool, you can merge two or more PDFs easily! Continue reading How To Merge PDF Files [Tutorial]
PDF files are great for sharing online since they do not allow further editing of a text. Contracts, forms, legal documents, but also school assignments, papers , and theses are typically sent and handed in using the PDF format. This is mainly because they do not allow further meddling or altering of the document.
Did you know that there is a way to make your PDF even more secure? Add password protection using our free online tool! Continue reading How To Password Protect Your PDF [Tutorial]