http://www.iorgsoft.com/PDF/post-pdf-to-discussion-forum.htmlHow to post PDF articles to discussion forumTitle: How to post PDF articles to discussion forumKeywords: post PDF, PDF to post, PDF to forum, PDF to forum discussion, PDF to threadDescription: This article introduces four methods of posting PDF to forum discussion, to get pdf.extension URL from third party website or convert PDF to forum acceptable format file.Most friends join forums of different subjects to ask for answer of their misgivings, hoping to finda way out. It is true, discussion forum is always the best place to get quick feedback of a question.However, PDF is not an acceptable article format in forums post, which disturbs lots of friends.Dont worry, my friends. After reading this article, you will handle the skills of posting PDF intoforum thread and the reply. As far as I know, there are 4 methods to achieve the above goal.Method 1. Turn to a third-party PDF host website for helpMost people often upload their PDF articles to a third party website such as ZohoDocs, GoogleDocs, etc for an URL, and then embed the .pdf extension hyperlink in their forumpost. Followers will read the PDF articles only when hitting the .pdf extension URLand completely download the PDF files.In order to ensure the successful download, the one who wants to read the PDF articleshould have Adobe Reader installed on his/her PC. That is to say, if your followerdont use Adobe Reader ever, then it is impossible for him/her to read your PDFarticle.Method 2. Convert PDF to Word doc. or Text files before postIt seems not clever to copy and paste your PDF article to the forum post, sometimes the layoutwill be totally changed and you have to manage the article layout from time to time.Then PDF to Word Converter will be your wise choice, it saves much labour for you. Suchsoftware can easily change PDF to Word doc. for you with several mouse clicks. Whats more, thequality is reliable because of the preserving of layout, pictures, tables and hyperlinks of originalPDF material.Besides, you can transfer your PDF files to Text txt document by a PDF to Textconvert.After the conversion, you can just copy and paste the output Word or Text article to your newthread or reply of discussion forum and then post it.If you dont want to post the whole PDF files, you can convert several selected pages and thencopy them for post.Method 3. Convert PDF to image files before postAlmost all discussion forum support JPG and PNG, etc image. So it is workable to change PDFarticle to an JPG image and then embed the image to a discussion thread.Step 1: Transfer PDF files to image with PDF to Image Converter on your PC.Specific PDF pages can be converted to image if you just need to post several passages of yourPDF article.Step 2: Upload Image to website such as Flickr and PhotobucketYou have to host your image to an image acceptable third-party website because what really needin some forum thread is the image URL. After uploading the image to Flickr, Photobucket, etc,you will be provided with an image URL.Step 3: Insert image to thread
Go to thread post area, click image inserting icon and paste the image URL in the blank, and thenclick "Insert", the image will be embedded in the thread.Note: In some forums, JPG image can directly be uploaded and embedded to the post ,so there isno need of the third-party website.Step 4: Submit your thread.Method 4. Convert PDF to flash video before postFlash video can be accepted can posted in most discussion forum threads.Step1: Turn PDF article to Flash video with a PDF to Flash Converter.PDF to Flash Converter can easily convert your PDF files to forum supported flash SWF formatfiles.Step 2: Upload the SWF files to Youtube or other video hosting website.Find a third-party website to host your flash video is essential, because you need a video URL inyour forum thread next. And only upload flash video to Youtube successfully can you get the link.Step3: Embed the flash video to thread.Log in to your forum account, start a new thread and then click the video inserting icon in the postediting area, and paste the provided flash URL in the blank, next to click "insert".