Saturday, January 12, 2013

New skill learnt! Editable PDF's

I have often been in awe of people who create editable PDF's as I had no way of knowing what or how they did it. But we live in the age of 'google' and when I don't know how to do something I can 'google' it.
I had made these cute name tags for my new grade and was asked for a copy. In an effort to always protect the clip art, background papers etc of items I have paid a license fee for I needed to learn how to make editable fields in a PDF.
After playing with a free version and then a $19.95 download of  'PDFill PDF Editor' and my set of instructions from 'google' - here they are. I guess it is like a new toy - now I am off to play with and convert some other stuff I had made.

3 comments:

  1. Oh, these are so cute. I am definitely not up to this yet but one day.... :-)
    Julie
    Mrs Stowe's Kinder Cottage

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    1. This was tricky and I had to have several goes at it before I published

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  2. Great Article! I mostly use PDFfiller to fill, edit or create fillable PDFs. Its not the same thing, but maybe someone needs it. It also allows you to erase in a pdf, esign, efax, add logos and pics to pdfs. Its pretty easy to use and its pretty cheap. I think you can get a free week if you and a friend both register. Here is a link to the site's functionality http://goo.gl/bhS1dC.

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