How to Batch Create PDF Documents: Multiple Word & Excel to PDF

Convert multiple Word, Excel & other printable files to PDF in a few clicks

If you work with digital documents, then you know both the satisfaction of being digitally productive and, despite that, the frustration of still not being able to work fast enough with PDFs.

With businesses primarily communicating and performing transactions digitally, it becomes essential to keep up with how other businesses and professionals work and in a timely manner, especially when they use the PDF format.

You can create a digital PDF document easily enough with regular PDF tools, but how quickly can you create multiple PDF files?

Able2Extract Professional 15 contains a new batch PDF creator feature that lets you create multiple PDF documents. This new tool allows you to create PDFs from existing documents and helps you to batch merge them, as well.

In this post, we’ll show you how to use it.

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A Quick Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Publisher

A Beginner's Guide to MS Publisher

In this day of DIY’ers, everyone is tech savvy enough to create and publish their own digital content, and computer software giants like Microsoft have programs that make it easy to do so.

You may have your basic applications that cover text documents (Microsoft Word), numerical data (Microsoft Excel) and presentation content (Microsoft PowerPoint). 

For professional print publications, there’s Microsoft Publisher

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Top 8 Tools To Fact Check Your Research

Fact checking online research information

The Internet is everyone’s main source of information. People perform online searches all the time. One disadvantage of the Internet, though, is how easy it is to publish wrong information.

With fake news getting the spotlight in the past few years, we’ve been forced to be even more vigilant about how credible the information we’re reading about or writing on actually is. However, it’s also forcing us as readers to personally take an active part in learning how to read critically and how to do proper research.

The following list of tools (in no particular order) will help you fact-check your online research, whether it be a video, an image or an article. These tools will help you tell the difference between fact and fiction.

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How To Batch Create PDF On Windows 10 Using The Able2Extract Virtual Printer

 

windows 10 PDF tip

Creating PDFs with Able2Extract has always been a time saver. You simply open your file, add your security adjustments, and let the software do all the work. Even more convenient is the ability to use the Print functionality of the application you’re using to create those PDFs directly or to reprint already existing PDFs.

Well, what if we could make the process even easier than that?

Sure, the PDF creation feature makes turning your documents to PDFs easy with a single click, but if you need to create or reprint a number of PDFs, your job can easily grind to a halt.  

With Able2Extract, we’ve got a nifty little shortcut for Windows 10 that does away with even opening the application to generate or reprint your PDF.  That’s right. This tip lets you use the virtual printer and Windows Explorer to kick-start the process. All you need is a few settings in place.  

We show you how to set it up step by step. Take a look!

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Content Creator’s Toolbox: Top 12 MS Office Productivity Plugins

Computer Productivity

Productivity has an altogether different meaning today than it did ten years ago, let alone five. It doesn’t mean just getting things done anymore — it means being able to get more complex things done in the same amount of time. This is especially true for content creators.

If you’re a blogger, freelance writer, analyst, presenter or online marketer, then creating content in MS Office is your bread and butter. It requires meeting tight deadlines and turning over projects quickly. Productivity-wise, it means your workflow and tools have to keep up.

One problem, though. The plugins that worked before won’t work effectively now. With the complexity of digital tasks increasing, you need a better list.

That’s why we put together a super collection of 12 productivity plugins for taking your work to the next level.

Note: Using any of these plugins requires an account with MS Office and in some cases an account with the plugin’s website, as well. To install add-ins, click on My Add-ins from the Insert menu. A window will appear that will display your options. Double-clicking an add-in will open it. Or you can click on the arrow next to the button and you can pick one of your recently-used add-ins from there.

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