Docsvault PDF Editor

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Docsvault PDF Editor

Built-in PDF Editor

 

Docsvault PDF Editor is a significant component of Docsvault, designed to make it easier to review and edit pdf documents supporting annotations, text editing, image editing and even vector drawing and thereby creating high-end output.

 

Features of Docsvault PDF Editor

 

Open, view and print PDF documents

Fill up a PDF form, edit and add text and images to PDF documents

Add comments and comment text with customized stamps, notes, shapes and text boxes and share them in PDF Editor

Select the text or image and snapshot an area to copy to the clipboard

Extract OCR'd text from PDFs

Append, merge, split, delete, reorder, crop and extract pages from a PDF document

 

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Docsvault PDF Editor

 

Editing a PDF document

 

Select the document to be edited.

 

From the File menu, select Check Out   Or

  From the list view panel, right click on the document and click on Check Out Or

From the Tool bar, select PDF Options > Advance Edit

This will check out the document. You can open the document in the associated application for editing or you can choose the appropriate program from the list.

 

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You can set Docsvault's inbuilt PDF editor as default editor by configuring it in Tool >> Options/Check  In/Out.

 

 

To add and insert pages to an existing PDF document, use the Append or Merge Files feature.

 

Editing a document by using Append or Merges feature
 

Right click on the document where you want to append or merge the page from the PDF files and then

Select PDF options > Append/Merge Files.

The Append or Merge Files dialog box will pop up  

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Append or Merge Files dialog box

 

Set the files from where pages are to be added

 

Select the 'Page Range' to append.

 

Select the 'Insert position'.

 

Click on OK button

 

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Users with 'New Version/Check out' rights can add pages to an existing file and needs minimum 'Reads' rights  to read from the source file.

 

 

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You can append or merge to only PDF files.

 

 

 
 
Editing a document by using Split or Extract Pages feature

 

Right click on the document where you want to append or merge the page from the PDF files and then

Select PDF options > Split or Extract Pages.

Under Extract Section, specify the pages to extract.

Provide the new File name.

Select the destination, where you want to save the extract pages in Docsvault and click the OK button.

In Import files and folder box, enter the description and select an appropriate Profile with predefined settings for the new PDF file. For more information see Assigning Profile to Documents.

 

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Extract Pages

 

     You can also Split the pdf  by specifying the (n) page no. from where the file has to be split into a new file.

 

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User requires minimum 'Reads' rights to extract the file and should have 'New File rights on the folder to create and save the extracted pages in a new file.

 

User requires 'Overwrite/Delete' rights to split the existing file and needs minimum 'New File rights on the folder to create a new file.