Robert Matthews is no stranger to editing PDFs. In the late 1990s, the owner of Global Asset Advisors, Inc. knew he had to get away from literally cutting and pasting paper, then copying it. It was inefficient, and it took hours to complete a task that should have been simple, like inserting a legal description into a document. These legal descriptions had to be completely accurate, but the complexity and length—up to three pages, and carried over from the 1930s—meant that Matthews spent entirely too much time cleaning up handwritten notations.
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