How do I edit lots of PDF files with a stylus if I have a Windows 10 desktop computer?
I’ve been using altopdf.com for edit, convert, split, merge, and sign PDF documents.AltoPDF is a cross-platform service that can be easily operated on Windows, Mac or Linux. Whether you need to convert or to edit your files, you may do it effortlessly from a tablet or smartphone just using your browser.
What are some of the different ways I can edit a PDF file on Windows 10?
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What features would make Quora better?
'Ask to Verify' - A2V feature.Just like A2A requests, Quora users should be able to send A2V requests to verify an answer is factually correct or not.Take for example, someone mentioned about a quick remedy for a health ailment in his answer. The answer also gets lots of upvotes. Before you try the remedy yourself, you want to verify if the facts provided in the answer are correct. What should you do?You see someone posting a controversial answer about NASA Space research. You are not sure whether the facts provided are correct. You know an expert in this topic (yes, Robert Frost!). You want to seek his opinion if the answer is factually correct or not. What should you do?What are the existing options?You can check if this answer is upvoted by experts (when the experts related to that field upvote the answer, their names show up in bold in the list of upvoters). This may not work. Why? Even if one of the experts has upvoted the answer, that doesn't necessarily mean that he agrees to the opinions expressed. The upvoting criteria is subjective. Courtesy: What are some different voting philosophies on Quora?. Even worse, you see no upvotes from any expert. Now, what next?You can request any expert on this topic through personal message. Else, you may even comment on the answer mentioning the @expert seeking his opinion.This may not work. Why? First, many users don't entertain and respond to PM unless they are familiar with the sender. Some experts may not even entertain mentioning their @ names in comments seeking opinions. Because if they start responding to individual 'free' requests, they will have trouble managing bulky notifications. After all, what are they going to get in return? (unlike A2A, they don't get credits for their contribution). Now what?You can directly interact with the answerer through comments and seek proof. Again, this may not work. The answerer may find this behavior rude as you're challenging his/her belief and hence he/she may not be willing to open up for conversation. In some cases, the answerer may not be able to provide the proof or he/she may again quote a source which you're not convinced of. Then, what next?You can A2A the expert to answer the question.This also may not work. The expert may write an answer sharing his own views without touching upon the views already expressed by the answerer. In such case, you will not succeed in verifying the already written answer. Even worse, if the question is something like "What are some mind blowing facts....?", the expert may write an answer with a completely different story. How do you verify the existing answer?You can Google and verify the facts yourself.This is not easy. Then, why should you use Quora?Let's have an A2V feature!To summarize, I believe this A2V feature will be very helpful for many users in almost all topics such as Medicine and Healthcare, History, Legal Issues and Law in Everyday Life, Entrepreneurship, Parenting, Quora, Safety, Space Exploration etc. (except for personal stories). Quora can deduct credits from users for every A2V request (just like A2A requests). P.S. There could be many highly upvoted answers in Quora that may be factually incorrect. This blog captures few of them - Highly upvoted answers that may be factually incorrect.
Which one is better for Windows 10, Foxit PDF Reader, PDF Xchange Editor, or Nitro PDF readers?
Well, I admit to being a bit biased here - but I think I can still safely say that you will find Adobe Acrobat Reader the best alternative to the native Windows 10 PDF reader. Adobe Reader supports the full PDF 1.7 (ISO 32000–1) specification while being the fastest to open & view of the product you’ve listed. It also better integrates with the operating system to enable PDF integration more deeply in places such as Explorer and Outlook.
What are some simple but Useful Technology Hacks?
Useful technology hacks:You can still use your laptop, even after it’s battery gets damaged. Just plug in the power source and turn it on.To extend the battery life of your mobile phone, discharge it completely and charge it from 0% once in a week.Want a smaller excel file in size, just save it as .XLSB instead of .XLSX and it’ll reduce it’s file size upto 75%.Never write recipient address first when writing an email to beware from sending incomplete email by mistake.Never allow unknown app of your phone to access your personal data like Contacts, Messages etc. it actually sync your data on their own server. You can actually manage it from Settings - Privacy and safety - App permissions in your phone.WHOIS Search, Domain Name, Website, and IP Tools website will let you know the owner information of any website in the world.Write an emergency contact number on your lock screen. In case if you lost it at least they can make you a call as soon as possible.Take a screenshot in your phone, Incase if the website isn’t allowing you to download the image and then you can crop it as per your uses.More are awaiting to be added in the list.Cheers & Thanks :)
What is the easiest way to edit a PDF?
In my understanding, you want to change original text in PDF, am I right?If your PDF is native file which is searchable and selectable, you can open it with PDFelement on your PC or Mac, and directly edit it under “Edit” mode. (see image below) Edited text would automatically match original font and size.If your PDF is scanned or images, you need to OCR(Optical Character Recognition) first to convert it into searchable and editable file. PDFelement 6 Pro can complete the OCR.Original file:After OCR:After OCR, then you can edit the PDF file directly under “Edit” mode.If you want to edit PDF on you iPhone, you can have PDFelement for iOS. As I know, it is the only free App offering PDF text editing and converting feature in Apple Store. (Please note, iOS version does not include OCR, therefore, you can only edit native PDF file. For scanned PDF, you can only annotate with drawing tool)
How do you edit a PDF file in Adobe Reader?
Hi,How to edit PDF files:Open a file in Acrobat.Click on the Edit PDF tool in the right pane.Click the text or image you wish to edit. Acrobat shows you the tools you’ll need.Add or edit text on the page. Lines and paragraphs reflow automatically, or you can click and drag to resize elements.Add, replace, move, or resize images on the page using selections from the Objects list.Click on the Link, Headers and Footers, Watermark, or Background tool to edit your PDF further.Note: Sometimes the PDF File is Locked or is in readable Mode. You can Easily Edit File using PDF Unlocker which allow you enable file in editing mode.Reference to Unlock PDF File: http://freesoftvare.com/pdf-unlo...RegardsMax PersianKindly Upvote answer if it helps. Share on Facebook or Twitter or Copy Link to help others. You can also send thanks to writer within same options.
What made former Linux users want to switch to Microsoft Windows and why?
I abandoned Linux because it was far too much work to keep it running.It just was a pain to have to fix all the weird problems that no one admits really happens.If you plug in an unknown USB device, it can complete crash the entire machine because the Linux Kernel crashed.The desktop environment can freeze and crash for no visible reason.If I needed software that wasn't in the repository then I had to go search for it, that was a failure right there but there is more to the storyOnce I found the software it would not run on my distributionI then would have to compile the software by hand (not something the average desktop user can do and it is something they never want to doThen the software would often not run because my distribution has missing libraries or the libraries are differentI have to go hunting for librariesFind a way to have both the old and new libraries live in the same OS (this was sometimes challenging)Compile the source code againHope it worksProjects that were made on the most popular commercial software (Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop) often failed to open or work properlyOpen source replacement software (ex: Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop) has a terrible user interface, is clunky to use and is often missing featuresSome distributions are not updated very often so there is always the fear that a security fault or virus (there are plenty of viruses for Linux) could cripple your computer or online accounts.Games are terrible on Linux. I’m not a huge game player but its good to take the occasional break and gaming on Linux is so bad that I just can’t play it.Wine (the software emulator on Linux that emulates Windows) is terrible, I literally never got any Windows app to work for me, not even once.The Linux support forums can be a hostile place. Seriously, if I dint perform the world’s best search to find that some had asked the same question ten years prior, I could (and did) get bashed by a bunch go know-it-alls that didn't realize that the ten year old post was now invalid and that as a computer professional I already had performed all the newbie steps to troubleshoot the problem.The interface on all desktop environments (that I have seen) are still weird, clumsy, klutzy or otherwise bizarre and not polished to the extent that a 21st Century interface should look like (they look like 1990s interfaces to me).WiFi can be frightening, sometimes working and other times requiring arcane rituals to get a few data packets through, yes I have an Ethernet cable, no I only know where it is and I don't want to look for itNvidia drivers and all other drivers that I want but don’t exist or don't work properlyNo, I don't want to write my own drivers, I don't want to fix the kernel, I don't want to write my own apps, I have already written and given away more than enough software for one lifetime, I just want my OS to “just work”.