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UI could use a lot of improvement. Also, price point seems a bit high, in other words, I'm paying too much for your service.
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2016-09-13
Overall, it was good. Saying it is free is misleading. I understand marketing, but I spent A TON of time filing out a document only to find out the only way I could retrieve it was to pay for a subscription which I would then have cancel to make it "free". The other issue was that when the document was converted it shuffled page 2 with page 3 and the only way I could correct it was to upgrade the subscription. I would not spend the additional money when I print it and scan it back in the correct order. Again I'm sure it was an additional money making opportunity for you, but not worth the cost for me.
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To un-encrypt a PDF file, follow these steps: 1) Locate the encrypted PDF file you want to unencrypt, and open it in Preview on your Mac. 3) Once you're in the file, go to File > Export from the Menu Bar. 4) Make sure to rename the file, then make sure the Encrypt option is unchecked.
Open the PowerPoint to be converted, then click "File." Select "Export" from the dropdown menu. In the "File" tab, click "Export." Steven John/Business Insider. Then choose the file name, destination, and change the file format to PDF. Then click "Export."
Right-click on the locked PDF file. Select Open with Followed by Preview. Type the password and press Enter. The file is opened now. Enter the location to Save the locked PDF file, Uncheck the Encrypt option before saving the PDF document.
Just right-click on the PDF file you wish to unprotect and select Open With followed by Preview. It will launch the file in Preview on your Mac. Since the file is password protected, the app should ask you to enter the password for the file before you can view its content.
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