Nitro PDF Pro 8 is an excellent program that business users can turn to as an alternative for Adobe’s Acrobat Pro. The main draw of Nitro PDF Pro 8 (or where it has a leg up on its competition) is in pricing, as it retails for about a fourth of the other program. This makes it a superb substitute where cost is concerned.
Nitro PDF Pro 8 does almost everything Adobe Acrobat Pro XI does, and it can generally be relied upon to deliver a simple, user-friendly PDF editing or reading experience. That said, there are some things new or novice users may appreciate getting help with, and below are a few tips that can provide that sort of help.
The first tip has to do with conversion. Most people buying Nitro PDF Pro 8 know that this is actually one of the strengths of the program: even when compared to its main competitor from Adobe, Nitro PDF Pro tends to do better at most conversion jobs by OCR since it actually has the capacity to recognize and import macros. However, there does exist a tiny hitch that many OCR programs have: the OCR can fail when very large files are undergoing conversion. Check out the video below that might be helpful.
A good answer for this problem would be to split files into smaller sections that you can combine later on, post-conversion. Cut up the main file into more manageable chunks, then perform OCR conversion on them for better, more accurate results.
Another tip that users may appreciate and which is also related to conversion would be that it is now possible to create presentations directly from PDF files. This can save businessmen a lot of time, and can be used by simply performing a convert-to-PowerPoint operation on a PDF file using Nitro PDF Pro.
The last tip has to do with editing PDF text. Migen Blog’s Nitro PDF Pro 8 has a superb text editing function: you can do it straight to PDF without suffering too many formatting losses. Be warned, however, that the automatic re-flow of text on Nitro has its limitations. It is not capable of moving successive paragraphs one line down while preserving line spaces between them, for example, which means you should keep an eye on the end of the paragraph you are editing to make sure it has not yet moved on top of the succeeding paragraph.