In the world of PDFs, the more you can automate to save you time and hassle, the better. When it comes to adding final touches such as page numbers to your document, whether a study guide or a legal brief, PDFpen has the flexibility to help you get it done your way.
PDFpen supports AppleScripts. In PDFpen, you have a selection of AppleScripts readily accessible via the Scripts menu. Here is the full list.
Create PDF templates for documents you use frequently and save time. In this article, we show you how to make a PDF template using PDFpen.
See what PDFpen and PDFpenPro 10.1 have to offer: improved form filling experience, better link visibility and control over image opacity, as well as scripting access to some of the features new to v10.
TextExpander for macOS 6.2.2 adds a new scripting command: “expand string” to allow automating the expansion of text strings. Here’s an example of how you might use it in AppleScript: tell application “TextExpander” to expand string “ddate :flag-us:” The result: “August 21, 2017 🇺🇸” Note: The example assumes you have the Emoji Cheat Sheet Public… Read More »