We all use PDFs all the time. But do you really know how do so as efficiently as possible? Here are the four things every Mac user should be able to do with PDF files.
This PDF creation app fills a unique need on the iOS platform and does the job quite well.
Want an easy way to read your PDFs on your iPhone or iPad? Here's how to use Automator to add PDF files to iBooks from within Preview.
Sometimes it'd be handy to view a single PDF file in two windows. But generally speaking you can't open the same document twice in a single app. Here's a way around that restriction.
Adobe's Reader X, last year's upgrade that features a "sandbox" designed to protect users from PDF exploits, stymied a recent attack campaign, researchers say.
There are all kinds of ways to import and read PDFs on Apple's tablet. But marking them up is another thing altogether.
ID2Office converts files from InDesign CS4 and CS5 into Microsoft Word and PowerPoint file types, preserving the layout of the original.
Take advantage of Mac OS X's PDF features in the Print dialog box by virtually printing PDFs directly to your Dropbox folder.
Acrobat X Pro is a fantastic application with across the board function improvement, phenomenal content export capabilities, incredible task and document processing automation power, and the ability to create compelling document distribution packages.
Rumor has it the iPad 2 will continue the FaceTime trend in 2011; the iPad 1 had its fair share of trendiness in 2010; and BlackBerry sales are trending downwards from 2009.