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What happens when you’re about to send an important PDF, only to spot a typo? If it was a Word document, you could just open it up, zap the offending letters, save and send. But with a PDF, it’s not so easy — if you don’t have the right software.
That’s why an app like PDFelement for Mac is a potentially invaluable part of anyone’s digital document toolkit. With it, you can edit, add and delete text in a PDF as easily as you would a Word document. Here’s how it works.
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Thanksgiving is a joyous and meaningful celebration of all that we hold dear in the world. It’s a time when we can stop to appreciate the things we have, rather than dwell on what we don’t have. Most importantly, Thanksgiving is about people, and about community. It’s about recognizing all the people who matter most in your life, looking at them and thanking them for always being there for you.
Losing iPhone contacts can be quite a nuisance. You have to collect contact details from all the important people in your life again. You can never recover some old contacts, and if you lose your business contacts that’s even worse.
However, if you’ve accidentally deleted your iPhone contacts, all hope isn’t lost. There are three convenient means of recovering deleted contacts on iPhone.
If you work at a computer a lot, PDFs are a part of daily life. It makes sense — PDFs are reliable and look great on a wide range of devices, making them ideal for a huge number of uses. But since the text, images and other information comes baked into the document, not unlike a printed page, doing anything but reading a PDF can be tricky.
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Say you’ve deleted your messages before backing up your iPhone. Usually the best iTunes can offer is a shrug. With a convoluted and opaque system of options, it makes a task that should be a simple matter — finding the stuff you need and getting (or returning) it to your device — overly confusing and frustrating. Worse yet, iTunes can often lead to results you’re not looking for.
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This post is brought to you by Wondershare, maker of PDFelement.
If you work with a computer (which, since you’re here, is likely), you have to deal with PDFs. And while PDFs are a great and reliable way to send forms, presentations and contracts — basically anything that can be read or written on — they’re not exactly flexible. In order to edit, add to, remove from, or otherwise alter them, you might think your options are limited to pricey software from Adobe.
DVDs haven’t, contrary to popular belief, gone the way of the dinosaur or the dodo—people still want video on DVD to watch and share with others. Even if you don’t want (or need) to burn the movie to a physical disc, the format is still pretty handy.
As much as iDVD wasn’t the greatest thing about iLife it worked, but we all know that iDVD has been rather neglected by Apple of late. So, what are you going to do if you need to make a great DVD and iDVD just isn’t cutting it for you? How about today’s deal—Wondershare DVD Creator.