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
We at PDF2Go never get tired of telling you how awesome PDFs are. They are versatile, easy to share, even easier to print, etc, etc.
But what if this is not enough? It’s difficult to edit a PDF once saved in its rigid format. It also works great for presentations since it can be opened on any computer, but there are no cool transitions or effects.
Luckily, we also got a solution for this kind of problem! In our last blog post, we explained how to convert all sorts of files to PDF, but the other way round is possible as well! Thus, check out how to convert your PDF document to image, document and more! Continue reading Convert From PDF To Many Different Formats [Tutorial]
There are numerous reasons why the Adobe PDF format became as popular and widely used as it is today.
Its ability to retain formatting no matter on what computer or device you open it is just as important as the fact that you can easily send it to anyone over the internet without them being able to edit your file. Besides, printing is easy with PDFs as well since the PDF document will look exactly the same printed on paper as it does on your screen (give or take the colors, depending on your screen settings and the quality of your printer and ink).
No, this is not a PDF advertisement, but this should show you that PDF is the format to go for many different things. And with PDF2Go, you can convert almost all of your files to PDF! Find out how!
Continue reading Convert Images & Documents To PDF [Tutorial]
PDF documents retain the formatting of the document they were made of. This makes them great for sharing, sure, but even better for printing. A PDF is the exact representation of how your page will look after being printed out.
When printing yourself, there isn’t much that can go wrong. If you give a printing job away, the page ratio of a PDF can become a problematic issue. Sending a normal sized PDF (e.g. DIN A4) to a printing company to print a poster (e.g. DIN A1) can result in a severe change of quality.
Don’t worry, PDF2Go has your back. You can easily resize your PDF with our free online tool to fit the most common page sizes. Continue reading How To Resize PDF Documents [Tutorial]
When scanning a document, the most preferred document type is PDF. This format makes it easy to print, store and share documents or scanned images, IDs or even whole books.
If you don’t want to interrupt the scanning process to switch between articles, books, or whatever you are scanning, we have a very handy tip for you today: split PDF documents into two or more documents!
This article will explain to you how to split a PDF easily without having to install any additional software. You can do it online and completely for free with PDF2Go! Continue reading How To Split PDF Files [Tutorial]
Thanks to scanning software, it is by now possible to not only send more information over the internet but also to store and save important documents, books, IDs or photos. PDF is a very versatile format for this and thus gained a lot of popularity not alone due to scanning software.
However, errors or little mistakes can occur while scanning documents or letters. We have already posted tutorials on how to delete pages or re-arrange the pages of a PDF. But what if a page in your scan is upside down?
Then, PDF2Go has a solution for you! Rotate PDF pages with this free online service. Continue reading How To Rotate PDF Pages [Tutorial]
For scanning books and articles from magazines or even photos, PDF should be your format of choice. Some of the most striking arguments for that are that the format is completely print-ready and that it can be opened and read on any computer or device, either natively or with free to purchase software and apps.
But what if you made a mistake while scanning? Double-scanning an article page or having to re-scan it because the book’s page was crooked or there was a huge smear or dust on the photo? Or what if you scanned a bunch of important documents for storage, yet don’t want to share certain pages when you send it to an accountant or somewhere else?
No, you don’t have to cancel the scanning job and start anew! Simply re-scan the corrupt page or ID. Of course, it will be in the resulting PDF, but this is where PDF2Go comes into play!
If you want to get rid of double or wrong PDF pages, or pages that contain sensitive data, simply use this free online service to delete single pages of your PDF document! Continue reading How To Delete PDF Pages [Tutorial]
PDF is a great format for scanning not only books but also images, ID cards, other documents and even a mixture of all. The “problems” arise when you make a mistake while scanning. Mistakes like leaving out a page, etc.
Most of the time, you really don’t want to cancel the scanning job and start anew, so you just go with the flow. And in the resulting PDF document, you have the pages in the wrong order.
Luckily, PDF2Go is there to help you. If you scanned different documents in the wrong or a random order or received a PDF that you don’t like in the page order it is, you can sort PDF pages easily with this free online service. Continue reading How To Sort PDF Pages [Tutorial]
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]