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Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
Making Use of a PDF Editor
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Making Use of a PDF Editor

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  • 1. Making Use of a PDF Editor
  • 2. PDF is a Portable Document Format that allows a viewerto be able to see a document or compilation of documentswithin one convenient file. This format is used for e-books, reports, datasheets, and exchange of documents via the Internet. A PDF editor allows for the editing of thePortable Document Format. The user is able to edit text in both text and Rich Text Format documents. PDFs are thought to be the most popular form for the exchange of documents over the Internet.
  • 3. Simple PDF Editor
  • 4. The Simple PDF Editor is less complex in nature, but itallows the user to place pictures, tables, and text all in a document whil also formatting fonts. Bullet andnumbering are able to be placed with the RTF documentas well. RTF documents can be edited easily through the PDF editor even though they are a less compliant document than text documents.
  • 5. Mechanics of the PDF Editor
  • 6. Several objects can be highlighted to be changed all at one time. A pallette with multiple colors allows the user torefine the color of text and line objects. Also, it is possible to add, delete, extract pages, move, resize, and rotate.Page numbers and headers with footers can be placed intothe document as well. Shapes are easily placed within the document such as circles, rectangles, lines, and other graphic objects.
  • 7. A toolbar at the upper portion of the page allows the user to add in items such as author, compression, header and footer, page size, orientation, title, viewer preferences, and security.
  • 8. Security Measures of the PDF Editor
  • 9. There are some security measures that come with the PDFEditor. One of the main purposes of a PDF editor is to havea secure document that noone without proper jurisdiction can edit. The PDF Editor allows the user to make up a password to ensure they are the only user who will be able to gain access to the document for editing purposes.
  • 10. Other Features of the PDF Editor
  • 11. Some additional features of the PDF Editor are thecapability of editing pictures and/or scanned files. There is a grid available to align objects as needed in the document. There is a ruler for measuring items in the document to give it the appropriate measurements.
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