Batch Process PDFs with PDF Studio

Q: Does PDF Studio come with batch functions to process many PDFs at the same time? A: Yes, PDF Studio PRO comes with various batch functions that can be used to process many PDF files at once. Using the friendly user interface, batch functions can be created and started without any need for scripting, coding, or command line calls. As […]

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Set image quality when importing as a stamp

Q: When I import an image into PDF Studio via the “Import image as stamp”, PDF Studio loses a lot of the quality and it’s very noticeable. How can I fix this? A: When importing an image as a stamp PDF Studio uses the default image stamp settings. By default, it is set to JPEG which will […]

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4k (High DPI Display) on Linux

Q: Even though I have set display scaling on my Linux machine the menu text in PDF Studio is still very small. How can I fix this? A: PDF Studio comes packaged with different look and feel options. Some of the Look and Feels, such as Nimbus & Metal, do not respect the Linux scaling […]

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PDF Converter Software for Mac, Windows, Linux

Below is a list of all the different conversions supported by PDF Studio. Convert to PDF PDF Studio supports converting certain non-PDF file types into PDF Documents (File ->Create PDF from File). The current supported types are: Image Files: Convert *png, *jpg, *jpeg, *jpe, *gif, *tif & *tiff image files to PDF Word Files: Convert […]

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Filling Forms with PDF Studio

Q: How can I fill out a form with PDF Studio? A: PDF Studio can be used to fill and complete existing interactive form fields within a PDF or when the form is simply a scanned page and there are no active fields on it, you can use the Typewriter Tool add text to the document. […]

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How to edit properties of Annotations, Markups, Form Fields

Q: How can I edit the color or appearance of annotations, markups, or form fields that I add to the PDF with PDF Studio? A: There are two ways to edit the appearance of annotations, markups, or form fields within PDF Studio. They can be quickly edited using the Quick Properties Toolbar or using the Annotation Properties Dialog […]

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PDF Studio Mini Toolbar

The mini toolbar (released in PDF Studio 10) is a small toolbar that is displayed when an Annotation, Link, or Form Field is selected. This toolbar allows you to easily access the properties or delete the selected object without needing to use the right click context menu or keyboard. The toolbar can be enabled or disabled […]

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PDF Studio, PDF Editor for Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan

Q: Does PDF Studio work on Mac OS X El Capitan? A: Yes, PDF Studio is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, which was officially released on September 30th 2015. We have tested PDF Studio on Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan and were able to confirm that our PDF editing software […]

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How to Secure PDF Documents

Q: How can I secure a PDF document to prevent users from editing or require a password to open the document? A:PDF Studio can set or change passwords and permissions on PDF documents. The document’s permissions can be configured to restrict the ways a document may be modified and accessed. Note: PDF Studio supports and enforces […]

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Blank pages when printing on Mac OS

Q: When I try to print a PDF document on Mac OS, the paper just comes out blank. Is there anyway that I can fix this issue? Update: This issue was fixed in PDF Studio 10.2.0 (Released Sept 22 1015). A: This issue is caused by a specific image compression type called CCITT that is used by […]

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