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epicmar
Jan 20, 2013, 10:36 PM
Beesy looks like it might be the business app that I am looking for - if it can open, annotate and highlight PDFs. I thought I read that they were suppose to add PDF annotation/highlighting capabilities during the Fall 2012. Did they add PDF support? Thanks.



wosid
Jan 31, 2013, 12:28 AM
Version 1.50 now includes import of pdf for free.
Regarding other doc type (word, iWork...) an extra fee is required.

cheers

epicmar
Feb 1, 2013, 11:41 AM
Version 1.50 now includes import of pdf for free.
Regarding other doc type (word, iWork...) an extra fee is required.

cheers

Thanks, I know because I broke down and purchased Beesy a week or so before they released version 1.50. I am trying to work through the learning curve of Beesy and Projectbook to see if either one does a good job of helping automate the workflow of my job - very notes/document/meeting/task oriented. Beesy looks like it could really be a good fit, but it does have a real learning curve, mostly because it has so many features. Projectbook has some real potential too.

Luis2004
Feb 1, 2013, 12:39 PM
Does Beesy support zoom-box handwriting? If so, how is the handwriting engine/ink?

epicmar
Feb 7, 2013, 06:58 PM
Does Beesy support zoom-box handwriting? If so, how is the handwriting engine/ink?

It has a draw, sort of handwriting screen, probably really just for drawing and as far as I can tell no zoom-box handwriting. So not really meant for handwriting.