Tag Archives: PDF

How to save Messages to PDF on macOS

Chat conversations happen mostly on our phones with the exceptions of iMessages which sync to a Mac. They do still, for the most part, happen on an iPhone but since they’re syncing to a Mac, you can view them there and export them as PDF files. Saving a message, regardless …

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How to sign a PDF on Windows 10 [Free solution]

Paper usage in the workplace has been reduced thanks to email and soft-copies of documents. There are lots of different ways to share documents, amazing apps that can be used to review them, and plenty of ways for people to collaborate without ever having to print anything out. Sign PDF …

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How to convert eBooks from PDF to ePub on Linux

Many eBooks come in PDF formats. While the PDF file format usually works pretty well with eBook apps on Linux, some files can present issues. Issues such as font rendering, pages messing up, etc. For this reason, many users would prefer to convert their books to ePub, a file format …

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How to download Gnome Maps as a PDF on Linux

Gnome Maps is an excellent alternative to proprietary services like Google Maps or Bing Maps. One of the best features of Gnome Maps is the ability for Linux users to download directions directly to a PDF file. In this guide, we’ll go over how to save Gnome Map directions to …

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How to convert an email to PDF on Windows 10

Emails can be forwarded and sent as attachments. This is the preferred method for sending/sharing an email since it preserves header information which can be used to verify the authenticity of the message. That said, many people prefer email messages in PDF forms. It’s a simple way to share a …

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How to annotate PDF files on Linux

The PDF format is one of the most widely used document formats of all time. Many people use it for work, school, and other purposes. As a result, people are looking for ways to edit and annotate these types of documents. On Windows and Mac, PDF annotation is done with …

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4 best Adobe Acrobat alternatives for Linux

Adobe Acrobat is the standard for PDF viewing on Mac OS, and Windows 10. Unfortunately, this program is unavailable for Linux, as Adobe does not support the platform. If you’ve recently switched to Linux and need Adobe Acrobat, you must find an alternative. Here’s a list of the 4 best …

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How to extract a single page from PDF files

Creating PDFs isn’t the easiest job. The format may be easy to view but creating files in it is often complicated. Having to install additional apps to make simple edits is an unnecessary part of dealing with these files. If you need to extract a single page from a PDF, …

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