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My image   Publisher to PDF Free Online – Microsoft Publisher saves your layouts in the PUB file format by default. This file format is not widely supported and you usually cannot share it with friends who do not have Publisher installed. Fortunately, there is a tool that solves this sharing problem, called Publisher to PDF Free Online. Read more: Publisher To PDF Free Online: An Online Tool To Convert PUB Files To PDF Documents

My image   Lekh Diagram – In meetings and presentations, the intent of everyone is to communicate their message without being verbose. This is why meetings use various visual aids. These visual aids comprise of various diagrams, and amongst these diagrams, it is common to find flow charts and pie charts. But if you are always on the go and you need a diagram creator, then you should go for Lekh Diagram. Read more: Lekh Diagram: Easily Create All Types Of Diagrams, Flow Charts, & Mind Maps [iPad]
My image   Threadlife – All smartphone users have used their phone’s camera to record videos at some point. There is also a good chance that if you are a smartphone owner, you have tried a good number of moviemaking apps that claim to offer something new. But here to really deliver that promise is a phone app called Threadlife.
My image   Clipomatic – Rather than having to retype text when you want to copy it, the Windows clipboard lets you automatically paste the text. There is one flaw in the clipboard, however – it can hold only one piece of copied text at a time. There are a number of clipboard managers that provide a workaround for this problem, such as Clipomatic. Read more: Clipomatic: Recover Previously Copied Text From Your Windows Clipboard
My image   WndSizer – Have you ever had to determine the pixel dimensions of a particular object on your computer screen? If yes, then one way to do this would be to take a screenshot, paste it in Paint, cut out the object you want, and read off its dimensions in Paint. Here to make the task easier is an application called WndSizer. Read more: WndSizer: Measure Pixel Dimensions For Various Objects [Windows]


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