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Adobe InDesign CS6-CC 2017 Mac Users Can Edit PDF via InDesign Plugins

Adobe InDesign CS6CC 2017 Mac users can edit PDF (Portable Document Format), by using PDF2DTP InDesign plugins from Markzware:

Do you use Adobe InDesign CS6, CC, CC 2014, CC 2015 or CC 2017? Then, you can get conversion software to convert PDF to InDesign.

File conversion technology leader, Markzware, offers PDF conversion tools and other solutions that help to optimize the handling of DTP tasks. Markzware’s PDF2DTP subscription has an InDesign CS6 plugin and InDesign CC plugins that enable you to convert PDF to InDesign CS6-CC 2017, so that you can edit PDF in InDesign.

Make changes to your PDF document, within InDesign! See how, in this PDF2DTP demonstration video:

Adobe InDesign CS6-CC 2017 Mac Users Can Edit PDF via InDesign Plugin


Markzware’s PDF2DTP is file conversion software that enables you to edit PDF files in InDesign CS6 through CC 2017.

How to Convert PDF to InDesign with PDF2DTP, so You Can Edit PDF Content:
To convert all pages in a PDF to InDesign with PDF2DTP:
• Click the Markzware menu item.
• Click PDF2DTP, and select “Convert PDF…”.
• Select the PDF and click Open. (If you prefer, you can specify a range of pages, set conversion parameters and options, or view the help/about window.)

Markzware’s PDF2DTP is tailored to meet print, publishing, and graphic arts workflow needs. The PDF2DTP for InDesign plugin is the ideal native PDF file converter for prepress, label, wide-format and packaging projects.

“A great solution. It allows us to convert PDF documents that do not have an original Indesign and work with them.”
– Xavier Bernis, PDF2DTP user

PDF2DTP’s benefits help you with file recovery, content extraction and PDF editing:
• completes effective file conversion from PDF to InDesign.
• opens the PDF in InDesign, allowing you the flexibility to modify the PDF.
reduces effort needed to reconstruct large, complex documents.
adds the InDesign market to your prospects list.
saves time, enabling your desktop publishing workflow to increase productivity.

Results After Using InDesign Plugin, PDF2DTP, which
Adobe InDesign CS6-CC 2017 Mac Users Can Use to Edit PDF:

PDF2DTP contains a complete set of PDF conversion features, such as:
• The Convert PDF menu item allows you to select and convert all pages in a PDF file. The settings used will be current values set under the Preferences area.
• The glyph editor tool lets users choose which glyph character shown in the document to use for a missing glyph.
• The Help menu item will display a small window that contains the PDF2DTP version number, link to the online PDF2DTP manual, and link to the Markzware Tech Support Request Form.
• The Convert Page Range menu item allows you to select a PDF file and range of pages to convert. The settings used will be current values set under the Preferences area.
• Create proper “GoTo” Hyperlinks for Bookmarks.
Link text boxes into a “chain”.
Preserve Hyperlinks for selected text.
Save your new document to a designated conversion folder.
Save image previews in the PDF to the conversion folder.
Save one image preview file if there are any duplicates.
Save the Clipping Path in the preview file.
Save an ICC Profile, if defined in the PDF, to the preview file.
Save the image preview to a Duotone EPS if the color space is defined as DeviceN and uses Spot colors.
• Create, in the conversion folder, a file for a missing image which has a known name.
Link to an image path.
Substitute missing fonts with the application’s default font.
Scale the text using a substituted font, so characters can closely match their original positions.
Add Character Styles to your application.
Add Paragraph Styles to your application.
Convert Tables.
Group many small objects (usually found in placed artwork).
Include Pasteboard items (registration marks and targets, etc.).
• Find text in small text boxes containing text and replace text equal to a Page Number, with InDesign’s AutoPage Marker.
Ignore a large quantity of small objects.
Set the conversion folder location.
Write over existing files in your conversion folder.
Track the file conversion process, including the number of the page now converting, the total number of pages in the range, and the time usage, using the “Converting PDF” Progress Bar.

Markzware PDF2DTP Preferences – Document Font Settings column 2
Markzware PDF2DTP for InDesign Document and Font Settings column 2

With a simple option selection, PDF2DTP automatically processes PDF files, which can help design professionals to produce quality results. PDF2DTP video tutorials and technical support are also available from Markzware, to assist you with your PDF file conversions.

The PDF2DTP for InDesign Annual Subscription supports:
• InDesign CC 2017 Mac
• InDesign CC 2015 Mac
• InDesign CC 2014 Mac
• InDesign CC Mac
• InDesign CS6 Mac

Markzware’s document production technology can help your InDesign workflow to improve productivity. PDF2DPT saves time by handling tedious file conversion tasks for you.

PDF2DTP for InDesign can convert PDF layout elements to an InDesign file, including:
• blends
• colors
• images
• page positioning
• runarounds
• tables
• text attributes
PDF2DTP can support you in establishing a quick PDF to InDesign file conversion process at your organization. Adding PDF2DTP to your workflow can streamline production and improve PDF conversion quality, to help meet customer demands.

Markzware’s PDF2DTP Bundle Subscription gives you access to PDF2DTP for InDesign CC 2017, 2015, CC 2014, CC, and CS6 for macOS with a single purchase and license. This offers you the most flexibility now and in the future, for one low price.

You can buy the PDF to InDesign plugin via the PDF2DTP page. More document conversion tools are available, via the Markzware Products page.

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