Author: Planet PDF Team

GstarCAD2012 now supports PDF to DXF conversion

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Gstarsoft announced that GstarCAD2012 now features a new PDF to DXF conversion functionality. Gstarsoft has developed an add-on called PDF2DXF which is tightly integrated into GstarCAD2012. GstarCAD is a powerful CAD software built on IntelliCAD technology for the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industries.

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iPubsoft announces PDF DRM Removal for Windows

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iPubsoft has announced the release of PDF DRM Removal for Windows, a tool for the removal of Digital Rights Management from PDF files. The new product is designed to allow eBook users to quickly remove DRM constraints from PDF eBooks and view these on iPad, Sony Reader or any other devices.

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Tracker partners with Spoon.net to launch cloud-based PDF viewer

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Tracker Software announced that it has partnered with Spoon.net, a cloud computing company, to offer Tracker’s PDF and image viewing programs as cloud-based applications. The cloud-based applications provide a number of benefits such as reduced cost, increased flexibility, enhanced mobility and minimising local software maintenance.

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SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: E-learning security case study

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Canada Care Global (CCG) needed to protect training courses which are available for download from its web site from being copied and distributed without the company’s knowledge. This case study outlines how CCG used LockLizard Safeguard PDF Security to protect its training programs from piracy.

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Six ways to make a law office more productive with PDF

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Nuance demonstrated at LegalTech on how to make a law office more productive using PDF technology. PDFs provide law offices with an effective way to collaborate on legal documents as PDFs are compact, retain original design elements, and can be used from PCs, mobile devices and eBook readers.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Free booklet on Internet garbage””

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The web has long been a playground for armchair critics and hobbyists, but it’s also an important marketing medium for many businesses and a source of extremely high- and low-quality information about life, the universe and everything. How can one tell the difference between what is simply one person’s opinion and a sales ploy, or even, *gasp* valid, unbiased information? The answer may be at hand for some, with the release of a free booklet on how to tell Internet garbage from the real thing.

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New conferences for Planet PDF Forum released

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Planet PDF has just added several new conferences to its popular user forum. Ultimately, this is a response attributable to the growth of PDF usage in key industry verticals such as engineering and design, medical and pharmaceutical and the legal sector. Planet PDF hopes that the advent of the new forum conferences will foster communication between users to help them solve problems specific to their respective industries.

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Final winners named for Adobe Acrobat 7 PDF Bible” book”

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We’ve named the final eight winners selected by our expert panel in our now-closed contest promoting the ‘Adobe Acrobat 7 PDF Bible’ book by Ted Padova, published by Wiley. You can still download a sample chapter from the book. Check out Planet PDF for details of the winning entries!

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Promotional Contest for Adobe Acrobat 7 PDF Bible” book”

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Enter our promotional contest in collaboration with Peachpit Press for a chance to win one of eight free copies of the ‘Adobe Acrobat 7 PDF Bible’ book by Ted Padova. The winners will be selected by a judging panel of independent experts in just a few short weeks, so don’t miss out!

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Ubiquitous PDF: Just weeks to go for Google Puzzle Championship

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Web search powerhouse Google is sponsoring a US qualifying event for the World Puzzle Championship 2005, to be held in Hungary this October. The rules of the competition state that participants have two and a half hours to answer as many questions as possible, and that hopefuls have until June 16 to enter.

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