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Monk

Hi All,

 

I am new here and have some questions 

Add Bookmarks text box comes up the cursor is Justified Right.  Is there a place I could change this.  I type and it is getting all jumbo up.

Where are the  preferences and settings for this program  at?

When in other program that are similar their OCR still turns many scanned PDF's with garbage on the file.  What makes Nitro Pro different.

I am also trying Able2Extract  and the main difference I see Nitro Pro has add bookmarks and Able2Extract  does not.  Your trial is shorter they do 30 days.  Are there any other difference between these programs?

Is there a pdf user guide that is available?

Thanks,

Monk

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Steven Zakulec

Hi, I'll try and answer some of your questions.

The preferences for Nitro Pro are stored mostly in the Preferences section of the File menu.

Nitro does a pretty good job of OCRing things, but if OCR quality is your top issue, you'll want to test it out on a representative sample of your collection to get a feel for how it does.

The user guide is online: https://www.gonitro.com/user-guide/pro

Not terribly familiar with Able2Extract, but some other features of Nitro are converting almost anything to a PDF, and converting PDFs back to other things.  There's addins for Microsoft Office to give you easy access to convert documents to PDFs.

You get editing capabilities, and can create forms that can be filled out by other people with only PDF readers.

Not really sure about the bookmark text question unfortunately.

Hope that helps- if you have other questions, let me know.

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Monk

Thank Steven but the question you cannot answer is the one I needed the most.

What do you know about how to change precedence to lock and only able to print?

 

Monk 

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Steven Zakulec

To set a PDF as protected from changes, and allow printing, you'll want to use Nitro's Password Security & Permission password.

Here's the references for the options so

https://www.gonitro.com/user-guide/pro/article/password-security

https://www.gonitro.com/user-guide/pro/article/permission-settings

Basically, you'll want to open the PDF you want to lock down, then go to File, Protect Document, Password Security.

Under Permissions, check the box.

Then choose what you want people to be able to do.

Click Finish, and then save the PDF.  Re-open to confirm that the protection is now active.

 

 

 

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