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What are the best, both free and paid, PDF editor to edit an existing PDF, filling in the blanks and sign?
Regarding to filling in the blanks and signing, I would recommend the PDFix. It´s able to sign the PDF with both eSignatures and Digital Signatures. PDFix is also hard at work building out the finishing touches on PAdES and LTV support making truly secure files. PDF form filling using AcroForm is an important part of many workflows. It allows data entry directly on print ready media with ability to import, export, submit or email data for further processing. By running PDFix SDK on backend PDF Form can be populated with filled data, flattened or even signed, which means it can convert PDF Forms to HTML Forms so users can fill the forms directly in the web browser. It´s much faster that loading whole PDF document in some plugin or reader. Converted HTML form contains Text fields, Dropdowns, List boxes, Radio buttons, Checkboxes and can be submitted like any other HTML form.
If my psychologist emails me assessments do I need to print them out to be able to fill them out?
It wholly depends upon a) what your psychologist is sending to you in email, and b) whether your laptop has software that can open/edit the document in a).If they sent PDFs (Adobe Portable Document Format documents), you may simply need Acrobat Reader to open and print PDFs. If they sent “fillable forms” (ask them or have a geek friend examine the email content), it should be a breeze to fill the forms and save them to attach and return by email. Otherwise you will probably need to print and use fax or snail mail to return them.If they sent assessments in another format like MS Word, there is an appropriate way to handle those, or whatever format sent to you. Ask your shrink first!
HOWTO sign documents in OpenOffice on Apple OS X?
OpenOffice uses certificates installed in your email client or browser. install a certificate in Firefox 7.0.1 on OSX10.6.8, first open your, select the certificate you wish to use in Open Office and choose 'File Export Items...' Specify a passphrase and save your certificate to a p12 certificate file.Then, open Firefox preferences, select the 'Advanced' panel, click the 'Encryption' tab, and press 'View Certificates'. There, you may import the certificate just exported from your relaunch OpenOffice, and you should see your certificate in the 'File Digital signatures...' dialog.This worked for me today :-)
What are the best PDF converter apps?
Hi. You should try out this android application. The app already has 10k+ downloads and is trending!PDF CONVERTER - Apps on Google PlayThis application doesn't require the internet. It doesn't upload your files anywhere. Everything is offline only.Also, the interface is good!There are a number of enhancement options also available (as can be seen in the screenshotPDF Converter provides a number of other features too:
What are the best apps for a MacBook?
Here are a few Apps that I have been using since a while and I think they are kind of amazing. Best part is most of them are free and are great.AirDroid : Best way to connect your android device with MacBook for file transfer, it also has different options like screen mirroring and replying to msgs answering calls from your MacBook directly!AppCleaner : When you delete an App on your Mac, it really looks like a simple job, by just deleting the .dmg file from the Applications Folder, but even after you delete an App there are certain residue files left. AppCleaner helps you get rid of that!F.Lux : It is an application that controls the colour temperature of your screen based on the time of day & it does this in a really gradual manner. Basically it works as a Night Shift mode on your MacBook. It is really helpful to those who have to work late night.The Unarchiver : I think is the best unzipping or unarchiving app that supports almost all types of compression formats. Even if you don’t frequently use compression programs install this thing. Because eventually you’ll download something or someone will send you something that needs to be unzipped or extracted and this will handle it!And there are many others, I’ll list them out, you can check them on your ownSpectacleCopyClipTuxera NTFSKeyCastrVNC ViewerShazamTop 5 Best Mac Apps you must use according to Het (A Detailed review of the top 5 apps that I think are the most useful)Thanks! :)
Is there a free/cheap PDF-reader app for iOS that can increase font size?
PDFs have a fixed layout. That is one of the defining features of the format. You can increase the font size by zooming in on the page, but that's about it. The Preview app that comes with iOS can do this.Although a PDF reader app could try to analyze the text and detect paragraphs and reflow the text with zooming, I have never seen one that attempted it. However, you could export your PDF to some other format and then resize the text in the corresponding app. So for example export to Word or HTML and then read that doc and resize the font size of the text as you wish.There are free converters for many format combinations. For PDF to HTML for example you could use this one:
What is a good open source PDF reader component/library for Android?
First of all,PDF reader requires native libraries to render the PDF file. Native libraries are different for different system architectures like ARM, Intel, etc. So, in order to support all the phones, you have to include native libs for all system architectures and sadly, it increases your app size a whole lot.So, if you are interested in Android App Development which is not a PDF reader application, but it has a module to just display PDFs, I do not suggest use libraries like MuPdf since it will increase your app size 15–20 MB. And I don’t think that we should increase the app size for the sake of just displaying a PDF file.As a solution, you can use a PDF.js from Mozilla to display the PDF files.To use PDF.js, just go to pauldmps/Android-pdf.js and download the pdfviewer folder from the assets folder and move it to your app’s asset folder.That’s it!!Now, in order to load a PDF, just include the WebView in your layout, and load the specific URL with your PDF file.To learn how to load PDF in WebView, you can download the demo from pauldmps/Android-pdf.js to understand.gracias!
What is the best way to sign a PDF document?
It seems like this questions is now a list of ways to sign a pdf document without the need to “print-sign-scan-send” =)Apart from adding KeepSolid Sign as another free alternative to manually sign documents (we are currently in beta), there are couple of interesting ways that the respondents of our recent closed beta testing group shared (we asked more than 230 respondents from different business verticals how they sign / send documents for signing).Particularly, signing with:Apple’s Preview app (the built-in default app for Mac to view pictures, edit and also sign pdfs)Pgp encryption. The approach here would be to open the document in PDF app or in browser, paste your signature, encrypt with the pgp encryption tool like iGolder or built-in solutions for Mozilla, for example.Though, both of these methods still require you to send the final document via email, this is a free alternative if you need to sign documents rarely or just don’t want to pay for a dedicated eSignature solution.Cheers!