Growing your business often means you have to spend lots of time on the move. Traveling to client sites for meetings and presentations is important, but productivity often takes a back seat. This month, we offer you three tips on how to stay productive with PDF Reader as you work from one city to the next.
Transition from Paper to Digital Files
While being emailed an agreement, you could print out the file, sign it, and then scan it back in and email it. However, there’s always a better, faster way.
- Open one PDF and tap the “Handwrite” button from the annotation toolbar.
- Long tap on the button to change the brush size, opacity, and the color.
- You can write on the PDF with your fingers or a stylus.
- Tap “Save” to finish handwriting.
Stop Re-creating Documents
A common frustration for us is spending time re-creating PDF documents. Try to convert the PDF to Word instead of re-creating the material from scratch in Microsoft Word.
- Open one PDF and tap “Converter” from the Kdan Cloud service menu.
- Swipe left or right to choose the output file format and start the conversion.
- Then the output file will be stored in the “Converted” folder.
- You can access the file directly from any PDF Reader connected with Kdan Cloud.
Keep Your Workflow in Sync
Working across multiple devices can be challenging. Try to keep them all effortlessly organized, so you can spend less time fiddling and more time getting things done.
- Launch the PDF Reader Windows app.
- Go to the “Kdan Cloud” tab and download the files you need to your laptop.
- You can work with the Windows app for more editing tools, including text box, stamp, and hyperlink.
- Or sync the Word document you converted from the Android app for further editing in MS Word software.
The converter and Kdan Cloud features are all available on Android and Windows.
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