Tag: architect

PDFs and their content – Part 2

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In the final part of this two part series, Jim King, a PDF Architect and Senior Principle Scientist at Adobe, takes a closer look at PDF forms as he discusses the editablility and resuse of content found in PDF files and highlights the fact that despite some people’s misperceptions, PDF content is only frozen if you choose it to be.

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PDFs and their content – Part 1

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In this two part series, Jim King, a PDF Architect and Senior Principle Scientist at Adobe, discusses the editablility and resuse of content found in PDF files and highlights the fact that despite some people’s misperceptions, PDF content is only frozen if you choose it to be.

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activePDF announces the release of activePDF Architect WBE 2010

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activePDF, Inc. a provider of server-based PDF creation, conversion and development tools for Microsoft Windows, has announced the official release of activePDF Architect WBE 2010, an API for constructing PDF documents dynamically.

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LineType Software releases digital signature tool

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LineType Software, Inc., a developer of electronic document tools for design professionals, has announced the release of the Banjo Digital Signature plug-in for Adobe Acrobat. The new plug-in is designed specifically for architects and engineers, and the company web site describes it as ‘the first digital signature tool designed to meet the needs of design professionals and the legal requirements of professional licensing boards.’

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