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Acrobatics: A Tutorial on Adobe Acrobat and the Portable Document Format (PDF)

This article introduces users to the Portable Document Format (PDF). The article concentrates on the Adobe Acrobat software, discussing its options for document formatting and manipulation. The article also discusses how this format can be integrated into Web page design and education.

https://scout.wisc.edu/scout/toolkit/enduser/archive/1997/eu...
Shelfster

If you like physical shelves for storing books, DVDs, and other items, you'll probably enjoy the digital equivalent for storing documents, photos and the like: Shelfster. This application can be used to capture just about anything from any medium, including photos, spreadsheets, charts, and documents. Users will find that Shelfster can be used to bookmark websites, save images from the web, clip...

http://shelfster.com/
TwinDocs

TwinDocs is a novel way to upload documents to a personal storage device quickly. Visitors need to sign up for a free account and then they can get started. The TwinDocs application gives users the ability to access any document remotely from technology such as an iPhone, iPad, or Android device. The free version of TwinDocs gives users 1GB of storage and the ability to store 25 documents a month....

https://www.twindocs.com/EN/
ReMarkable

Educators and professionals will be delighted to learn about SeedlessApps.com’s flagship application, ReMarkable. This handy app allows students or co-workers to submit documents digitally. It's a great way to reduce the use of paper and users can mark all documents and then send them back in pdf format. This particular version is compatible with Apple devices with iOS 6.0 or later.

https://remarkable.com/