December 16, 2010
New Ebooks: iPad, PDFpen, and more from TidBITS
From making sure your iPad is secure to dealing with a paperless office, TidBITS has released a number of helpful ebooks recently. Take a look at the selection below and contact me with the titles you're interested in reviewing.
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New Titles from TidBITS
Take Control of PDFpen 5|
by Michael E. Cohen
Have you ever had to fill out and sign a PDF-based form? Or change the date on a PDF-based flyer? Comment on a document sent around your workplace as a PDF file? Scan a document to PDF and OCR the text? Smile's PDFpen 5 can perform these and many other PDF manipulations more easily than Adobe Acrobat, and at a fraction of the price. With clarity and humor, Take Control of PDFpen 5 explains precisely what you can do with PDFs using PDFpen and its big brother, PDFpenPro.
Take Control of Your Paperless Office|
by Joe Kissell
Join Joe Kissell as he helps you clear up the chaos of an office overflowing with paper. With Joe's guidance you can develop a personal clean-up strategy and choose your tools—a document scanner and the software you need to perform OCR (optical character recognition), devices and services for storing your digitized documents, and tools to categorize, locate, and view your digital document collections.
For other recent releases from TidBITS, see their complete list of ebooks
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