Category Archives: Working with PDF
Today, we’re going to cover the ins and outs of PDF forms. We mean EVERYTHING.
What are they? How do they work? How do you create your very first form? What are the best practices?
We know this is most likely one of the most exciting days of your life. So please try to stay seated.
You do not need to be a computer expert or design whiz to create quality, aesthetically pleasing forms. Anyone with even basic computer knowledge can use this information to create awesome forms with Soda PDF.
Ready to create your project plan using PDFs? We thought so! Before we begin, however, we have just one question:
How’s that progress tracker of yours coming along?
If you’re making strides and achieving your goals like never before, good for you! But you’ll still find that a progress tracker isn’t as good as a plan. Hence why we’re following up in the first place.
If you’re not progressing the way you should, don’t fret. Forgive yourself. You’re not failing by any means, you’re able to track your progress (or lack thereof).
Ever look back on just about anything you have accomplished and ask yourself, “I did THAT?!”
Basically, have you ever surprised yourself? And if so, why were you so surprised to begin with?
It won’t come as a shock to anyone to realize that we live in a world where the traditional fifteen minutes of fame has shrunk down to seconds. And even that is dwindling too. Attention spans aren’t what they used to be, and if I haven’t gotten you to read on by this point, chances are you’ve already moved on.
Checklists…we have all used them in some shape or form.
After all, it’s one of the ways that we measure our productivity. Creating a list of tasks or chores to complete for the day, month, or year helps us stay focused on our goals and guides us towards a sense of accomplishment.
But the issue with paper checklists is that they can often be misplaced, damaged or straight-up ignored. Plus, hand-written checklists re not very interactive unless you consider trying to decipher your (or someone else’s) chicken scratch as engaging.