It's been a long time since my last post, but this latest find is one that I need to tell the world about. I have been filling out applications to various places, and unfortunately, using a pen to complete pages you have printed out from PDF files lends itself to one of three things with me - 1) smeared ink on my pinky finger (the plague of a lefty), 2) blots of White-Out throughout the page, or 3) numerous retries to get the document looking just right. Most of us don't have typewriters anymore (those old electric ones we used in high school). So, how do you fill out a pre-printed PDF that does not allow you to type in the information? I have found the perfect solution!
It's called Infix. It works like a word processor for your PDF file. Now I can fill it out my PDF like a typewriter on my computer, and simply print out the flawless product.
Take a look at the features:
Works like a Word Processor
Make seamless changes to paragraphs
Copy and paste graphics, text and artwork between PDFs
Spell-check in five languages
Search & replace text in long documents
Familiar tab, margin and indent controls
Now I can do all that I need to do for filling out forms and applications. And it's green to boot, because you only have to print your completed work one time.
If you are interested in checking out the product, go to http://www.iceni.com/infix.htm They offer 3 versions: a trial version, a pay per use, and a full license version. I HIGHLY recommend it.