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 […]
ClickBook? That’s a funny name, but it’s the name of a neat little program that I use several times a week. One of ClickBook’s primary functions is to create PDF files. When you install ClickBook, it sets up a couple pseudo-printer "devices" that programs recognize as actual printers. Tech Tip I never have figured out […]
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 […]
One of the features that I’ve had trouble finding in any PDF creation software other than ClickBook (which I use) is the ability to print multiple times into the PDF creation software’s program, and then to be able to save the prints as one big PDF file. Even better is the ability to delete some […]
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