By default, Firefox will use an internal display routine to view a PDF file that you download from a web site. However, that may not be what you want to do. Some people prefer to use Adobe Reader to view/read their PDF files, whether the PDF is being read from their hard drive or is […]
I stumbled across an alternative for reading PDF files the other day — and it wasn’t FoxIt Reader (which I also sometimes use). In this case it was Firefox, the web browser that I normally use. Yes, FIrefox actually has a built-in reader for PDF files. You don’t have to download anything else. It’s not […]
PDF Converter Professional 7 – A First Look Program: PDF Converter Professional 7.0 Publisher: Nuance Communications, Inc. License: Commercial Price: List $99. Price on Apr. 3, 2011 at Amazon: $48.59 . Every once in a while, a program that’s designed for business use is so helpful and priced so reasonably that it’s useful for home
Subscriber Kelley wrote about her problem after installing Adobe Reader X on her computer: Hi Terry, I have a question about Adobe X. I am running Vista (yuck, I know) 32 bit on my PC. I can view a document in the web browser but when I try to print or save, nothing happens. I […]
As I wrote in my weekly email newsletter (sign up here), one of my subscribers wanted to know about a free program to let him fill in PDF forms. The Portable Document Format (PDF) was created by Adobe to be a cross-platform document display tool. Whether the user is using Windows, Mac, Linux or some […]
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