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Old 05-17-2024, 05:27 AM
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What are the key advantages of using a scanner app to convert traditional documents into PDFs?
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Hello, brand new user here. Do you realize you are on a discussion forum for radio controlled models?

Or, are you really a modeler and are inquiring about PDFs for building plans?

We get lots of vermin spammers/scammers here, so please forgive me if your post is legitimate.
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Originally Posted by Michel234Crys
What are the key advantages of using a scanner app to convert traditional documents into PDFs?
You are using scanner software to do this? You just can't open it in Windows and export a scanned document into PDF? I can with IOS.
Mac does everything better than Winblows, except maybe Excel, which I don't need.

Two reasons come to mind why you'd want a PDF file for output;
1. PDF files cannot be edited, altered, or changed. It's a security thing.
2. PDF is a lot smaller in size than a .tiff file, which makes sending an email or texting an attachment faster and easier.
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Define "traditional documents".

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