In 2008, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) purchased the PDF format and opened up the standard, freeing it from its proprietary state. With this acquisition, new PDF standards were introduced as well. These standards became staples for all PDFs created in the future.
In total, ISO created three standards for the PDF format: PDF/A, PDF/X, and PDF/E. This article will have a closer look at the latter. Continue reading Understanding PDF Standards – PDF/E
The PDF format was improved greatly after the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) purchased it in 2008. As the name suggests, this acquisition also came with some PDF standards that were put in place by ISO for PDF documents created in the future.
Such standards ensure that PDF documents can be opened in all PDF software that also follows the standard. Furthermore, three standard-subsets for PDF were established. The last article had a look at PDF/A, today, we check out PDF/X. Continue reading Understanding PDF Standards – PDF/X
With its release as an open standard in 2008, the PDF format received a special treatment. Now, it is owned by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Thus, the PDF format has to follow certain standards that ensure that everyone can open and view PDF files.
In addition to the ISO standard, three different subsets of standards for PDFs were created and every PDF must adhere to one of these standards. Today, we’ll have a look at one of them: PDF/A Continue reading Understanding PDF Standards – PDF/A
Sometimes, a document says more about you than the text inside of it.
When you send a job application to a possible new employee, hand in an essay or paper to your professor, or share documents with friends and family on the web, you should be aware what kind of information you are sharing. Of course, you know what you wrote inside the document, but there is hidden information that you are sending alongside.
Check out what kind of information you’re revealing when sharing DOC, ODT or PDF documents with other people. Also, find out how to check documents yourself with the help of Get-Metadata.com. Continue reading Possible Hidden Data In Your Documents
Images differ greatly from documents – that’s apparent. They both come with their format’s advantages and disadvantages. So what do you do? You use the format that is best suited for your purpose!
For images, that is often displaying them online, using image manipulation, adding them to videos, and the like. Documents, however, are better suited for adding and editing text, and printing.
This article will show you an easy, fast and reliable way to convert from JPG to PDF and thus turn your images into PDF documents. Continue reading Convert Images From JPG to PDF [Tutorial]
What does a photo say about you?
Of course, there are the visuals, but there is far more than that that a photo uploaded to social media may say about you! All files, including images, can contain hidden data. Knowing how to read this data can reveal far more than you want.
Thus, today we will have a look at which information can be hidden in your photo and how you can check it using Get-Metadata.com. Continue reading Possible Hidden Data In Your Photos
There are many different reasons that speak for converting your editable Microsoft Word documents to PDF. If you want to turn your DOC and DOCX documents into PDF as well, there is an easy and reliable way to do so.
5 Reasons Why To Convert Word To PDF
All you need is your document, an internet connection and a free Word to PDF converter. Read more to find out how to create your own PDF documents. Continue reading How To Convert From Word to PDF [Tutorial]
If you have the Microsoft Office suite installed, you get a whole set of useful programs for office, school, and private work. One of them is the widely known presentation program Microsoft PowerPoint.
In PowerPoint, you can easily create appealing presentations and slides, using transitions and other effects, formatting, insert images and even small videos and sound effects.
These presentations have one disadvantage though: they are hardly responsive. That means that depending on the program you use to show them and the screen resolution of the device or projector, the formatting can easily get skewed or even lost. But luckily, you can easily convert from PowerPoint to PDF – online and for free. Continue reading Convert From Microsoft PowerPoint to PDF [Tutorial]
The Microsoft Office suite contains many useful programs for your working needs. Many people are familiar with Word and PowerPoint, the word processing and presentation creation programs. Another, important part of the office suite, however, is Excel.
Microsoft Excel creates spreadsheets that can do calculations, create graphs, and contain elaborate formatting.
Not many programs can open spreadsheets though, and this is where PDF2Go comes into play. Read more to find out how to easily convert from Excel to PDF – online and for free. Continue reading Convert From Microsoft Excel To PDF [Tutorial]
PDF is a great format for presentations. The slides will look exactly the same on any computer or screen. That’s nifty, but it comes with a price.
PDF documents do not offer animation or transition effects between slides. For this, presentation files are just perfect as they were specifically invented for this. Without a doubt, the most famous ones are Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.
In the following tutorial, we will have a look at how you can convert your PDF files to PowerPoint in only a few steps. All you need is this PDF to PPT converter (online & free). Continue reading Convert From PDF To PowerPoint [Tutorial]