Using Side by Side PDF Comparison

PDF Studio has a Side by Side PDF Comparison tool that allows you to open two PDF documents in the same window next to each other to compare visually. This can be useful when comparing PDF documents that may have text or image revisions. Update (3-10-15): The Side by Side comparison tool has been updated for PDF Studio […]

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How to Compare PDF Documents with PDF Studio

Q: How can I compare 2 different PDF documents in PDF Studio? A: PDF Studio offers two different options to compare PDF documents: Side by Side Comparison and Overlay Comparison. Side by Side Comparison The Compare Side by Side feature was first released in PDF Studio 7, then improved in PDF Studio 10. This feature allows users […]

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Choosing Colors for Overlay PDF Comparison

PDF Studio Overlay Comparison Feature allows to customize the colors of the 2 documents that are being compared. The colors are be remembered when the “Compare Overlay” dialog is closed. When changing from the default colors, we suggest using complementary colors when comparing PDF documents using the Overlay Comparison feature in PDF Studio. Complementary colors […]

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Overlay Comparison of PDFs and Drawings

PDF Studio comes with a PDF Overlay Comparison feature that allows to visually compare documents by overlaying a second document onto the first using different colors to display any differences. This feature was introduced in PDF Studio version 10. This feature is especially useful for architects and engineers to visually identify even small differences in architectural drawing and […]

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View Fine Details with Loupe Tool

The loupe tool is a draggable rectangle that zooms in on the PDF to show the smallest detail. When active, a second window will be displayed showing the current content that you are magnifying. The loupe tool can be used to keep the PDF file at a normal zoom level (like 100%) and magnify a specific portion of the page. […]

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