You’re at a museum doing research for a paper you need to write. To capture the useful information in the labels underneath the artworks, you take photos of them using the camera on your phone. That saves you time on the spot, but when you get home, you still have to go through each photo… Read More »
PDFpen for iPad & iPhone v6.0 includes continuous scrolling as well as a new eraser tool for scribbles. Now available on the App Store.
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If you’ve upgraded your Mac to macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or later, you may have found your snippets aren’t expanding. There is a simple adjustment you need to make in the Accessibility pane of System Preferences to get you expanding again. Open System Preferences to Security & Privacy. From the Privacy tab choose Accessibility from the… Read More »
In this post, we’ll introduce you to PDFpen’s Markup tools and teach you how to annotate a PDF on Mac using PDFpen