You can use PDF tools to control the content and size of your document. You can also set permissions for printing or changing your document by using a password. Why not make your documents more trustworthy by adding information to identify the owner. Manage your PDF document without worrying about altering the actual content.
You can choose to split your single PDF document into more than one document. Then you can reorder your pages to increase readability or to target a different audience. Sometimes a large document cannot be sent by email due to size limits. It might even be too large to store on a portable storage device. When you split a PDF document into many documents you reduce its size. This makes it easier to send the pages you want as an attachment in an email. You can even store the various pages onto different storage devices. You can also delete the pages that you no longer want.
You can combine multiple documents into a single PDF. Choose the documents that you want to provide the best content for your PDF. Then organise your information by choosing the order of your pages. Next combine the various documents into a single document. One PDF document is easier to read and keep track of than many documents.
Encrypt or Decrypt
You can make sure that only the approved persons can open your PDF document by adding a password. You can even choose the level of encryption such as 40 bit or 128 bit. Apart from that you can set the permissions on your document. You can prevent or allow various actions such as printing, copying, merging or changing your PDF. If you change your mind about using a password then just remove the password from your document.
Use watermarks to identify yourself or your company as the owner of the document. Add the watermark as text to the background of your document. You can also use images such as a logo instead of text. Besides that, you can add a stamp to your PDF the same way you would add a rubber stamp to a printed document. The image or text could display words such as Approved, Confidential, Revised or Draft.
Every PDF document has properties such as the Title, Author, Subject and Keywords. You can use PDF tools to add, delete or change the PDF Properties. This ensures the most accurate and up-to-date information is saved on your PDF. Fill in all or some of the fields to control the amount of information that you share.