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PDF goes to ISO: The road ahead

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In his second of two articles on the topic, Duff Johnson looks at the consequences of PDF’s adoption as a formal standard, drawing on input from 3rd-party PDF gurus and PDF originator, Adobe Systems.

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PDF goes to ISO: Some background

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In his first of two articles on the topic, Duff Johnson delivers some background and context on Adobe’s new move to push PDF towards publication as an ISO Standard.

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PDF/Archive standard approved by ISO

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AIIM and NPES today announced that the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has approved the proposed PDF/Archive (PDF/A) standard. PDF/A enables organizations to archive documents electronically in a way that will ensure preservation of that content over an extended period of time. In addition, those documents can be retrieved and rendered with a consistent and predictable result in the future.

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Adobe to host free Developer Workshop in NYC during AIIM 2004

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Adobe Systems is offering a free, three-hour workshop on March 9 in New York City — in conjunction with the AIIM 2004 conference — for developers currently working with, or interested in developing with, PDF and/or XML. Conference registration is not required to attend Adobe’s hands-on seminar.

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