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APR15

Multiple file uploads

Filed on: April 15, 2008 | Written by | Add new comment

Does your system allow more than one working and reference files to be uploaded at one go?

Yes, you can upload more than one file through our submission forms.

First, save all the files in a folder. Second, compress them using compression software such as WinZip, WinRAR, or TUGZip. Next, browse and select the compressed file folder. However, please ensure that the files to be edited and those being provided as reference files are uploaded in the appropriate folders.

 

[This is a part of a series of posts, entitled What Editage does and How, showing you a glimpse of what and how we do things at Editage, and Cactus in general, and how you can make the most of it.]

DEC27

The best Web 2.0 applications of 2007

Filed on: December 27, 2007 | Written by | Add new comment

It's that time of the year when all sorts of lists are making appearances on the World Wide Web. Larry Ferlazzo, a teacher and active blogger, has put a list of the best web 2.0 education applications for 2007. Worth a look. Merry Christmas everyone, and a Happy New Year.

 

[This is part of a series of posts, titled Useful Links, which shall feature "essential" online tools, discussions, blogs, essays and references that we find over the Internet.]

DEC21

50 Free PDF Editors

Filed on: December 21, 2007 | Written by | Add new comment

What most of us don't realize is that PDF is a standard, and like any standard, it's specifications are widely published. As such several programs are available, most of which are free and some at least cheaper than Adobe's offering, that allow us to author/edit PDFs. Yoav Ezer has compiled a list of more than 50 such tools. Have a look.

 

[This is part of a series of posts, titled Useful Links, which shall feature "essential" online tools, discussions, blogs, essays and references that we find over the Internet.]

DEC19

OpenOffice Online goes Beta

Filed on: December 19, 2007 | Written by | Add new comment

OpenOffice, one of the most popular office productivity suites after Microsoft's offering, recently released it's online SaaS version (2.3). This is easily one of the feature packed online office suites yet. Read the full review on Ars Technica.

 

[This is part of a series of posts, titled Useful Links, which shall feature "essential" online tools, discussions, blogs, essays and references that we find over the Internet.]

NOV16

Five of the best free and almost free Word Processors

Filed on: November 16, 2007 | Written by | Add new comment

Over at Web Worker Daily, Samuel Dean rounds up five of the best word processors-AbiWord, OpenOffice.org's Writer, Ecto, PagePlus SE, & TextCrawler.

 

[This is part of a series of posts, titled Useful Links, which shall feature "essential" online tools, discussions, blogs, essays and references that we find over the Internet.]