Unfortunately, Facebook doesn’t offer the possibility to upload your PDF files and share them with your friends directly from the Facebook platform. But, don’t get discouraged, there is an awesome way to share your PDF books, presentations, essays, papers, reports and other kinds of PDF documents with your friends on Facebook.
Scribd is a website that allows you to upload PDF, Word and PowerPoint documents and share them with the whole world. All you need to do is create an account and start uploading your PDFs. Best of all, creating and hosting of your files is absolutely free.
Basically, there are two ways to share the files hosted on Scribd with your Facebook friends. Continue reading
PDF a.k.a. Portable Document Format is the single most convenient way to save, send or share online documents. It has become so popular and widely used that is often referred to as “ubiquitous PDF”. One of the most obvious advantages of PDF over other file formats is that it looks the same on every device.
Thanks to its popularity, there are many tools to create PDF files and many of those are even free. But, sometimes you want to protect your files and control how others use it. For example, if you are working on an important and confidential financial report, you may want to allow only your team to see it and only your boss to print and edit it. In order to accomplish it, you need to impose some restrictions on the PDF when you create it and protect it with a password.
One easy and fully free way to accomplish this is by using Free PDF Creator. It enables you to create secure PDFs from any printable Windows format. FreePDF Creator uses 128-bit encryption, which means that the PDF it creates are very secure.
The best part is that you can easily convert to secure PDF from the directly from the program that you used to create the document.
Here is the step-by-step guide to creating secure PDFs with the FreePDF Creator: Continue reading
With every new version of Office, Microsoft adds new features and makes changes in hopes of upgrading their programs and adapting them with the future in mind. MS Office 2010 is no exception.
Microsoft’s popular word processing program Word especially, has undergone many changes when comparing the 2007 and 2010 versions.
If you are thinking about making the switch and upgrading from either Word 2003 or 2007 to 2010, here are some of the most impressive changes and additions that have been made to the latest version of the program. Continue reading