Learning how to manipulate PDFs is critical if you want to efficiently capture and process digital information. Acrobat is the most obvious tool for the job, but the story is a bit more complicated for Mac users. If you don’t need all of its features, Acrobat Pro is somewhat pricey, and Acrobat Standard is unavailable for Mac systems. PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson makes a case for his preferred Mac-based Acrobat alternative.Read More »
Doremisoft, Inc., has announced the availability of its PDF to Image Converter for Mac users.Read More »
LockLizard recently released its secure PDF Viewer for Apple Mac OS X platforms. Lizard Safeguard enforces PDF controls, including document expiration and instant revocation. The software will allow Mac users running OS X 10.2 and above to access PDF files secured with Lizard Safeguard in the same way as users running the supported Windows platforms.Read More »
Software vendor ARTS PDF has quietly released a Mac version of its powerhouse plug-in. The tool includes all of the functionality of the established Aerialist product, but adds control and automation features. Find out more at Planet PDF.Read More »
MacFixit.com suggests that deleting Preferences
files for Acrobat 6 or Reader 6 under Mac OS X may
resolve a significant printing slowdown some users
have reported after upgrading.