Finally, for our dear fellows that work with ODF documents, we have a sweet announcement.
Three new apps are ready to turn your ODF (Open Document Format) files into PDF in the blink of an eye.
These tools are specifically designed to convert text, spreadsheet and presentation files in OpenDocument format into Portable Document Format.
Welcome back to another PDF tutorial. We will show you how to search for PDF files in search engines like Google.
We already presented the popularity of the Portable Document Format in our infographic about 10 PDF Facts.
So there may be many reason why you need to filter PDF results only. Obviosly, you need the information in a PDF format, and we’ll cover that part here.
More to that, you will learn how to search for other files types as well such as DOCX, TXT etc.
Let’s see the two methods for searching PDFs on Google.
Whether you work remotely for a company, work from home as a freelancer, or work in an office, you need a document sharing tool. These tools allow us to send different types of files to other people. They are especially significant when working in a team.
Thanks to the constant development of technology and the Internet, there are plenty of file-sharing tools available. Of course, they are not the same as they have different features and work differently. Yet, they are all efficient since they allow you to share your files with your boss, clients, teammates, or whomever you need to.
We love lists and hope you love them too! Today we have a list of 10 facts about PDF file format.
The list is complemented with a colorful infographic and we hope you’ll like it.
Certainly, there are so many facts about one of the most popular file formats on the planet, but Gorilla only counts to 10.
Screenshots are commonly used in everyday life as they allow you to share an image of your computer screen with others. There are various purposes of sharing screenshots, including reporting an issue with a program you are using or a business-related issue (sharing screenshots for business purposes), as a reference, or to show what you have been seeing at a particular time on your screen.
Regardless of what’s the purpose of taking screenshots, they are important, especially in business.
It’s been a busy period at GorillaPDF, but a wonderful period.
We did something extraordinary, something that you could rely on for the years ahead.
Security is very important to us.
Today we are powering the level of security of your PDF files by implementing 256-bit AES encryption.
256-bit AES protection is widely known to be stronger than 128-bit AES.
Gorilla does not sleep. It’s working hard to provide you the necessary toolset for seamless documents workflow.
GorillaPDF adds two new converter tools to support your documents workflow.
Check them out and share your feedback.
PDF is one of the most used file formats today, especially among businesses. It’s very convenient to use and easily accessible across all devices and operative systems. Moreover, It’s highly secure as it allows you to limit access to your document using encryption and password as well as a watermark and digital signature.
However, PDFs have one big flaw. They cannot be directly created as Word documents are. Instead, they have to be converted from other types of file formats into PDF. In order to do this, you have to use a PDF converter.
PDF converters allow you to convert any file format into PDF and vice versa. In that way, you can “play” with your documents and use them in different formats, as needed. You can edit and protect the content and compress the document for sharing it via email.
There are two categories of PDF converters: online tools and desktop software. As you may assume, they are not the same. In order to choose the right type of PDF converter, you should know the differences between them, their pros and cons. So, let’s have a look at them.