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Create A PDF in OS X

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Programs exist offering the functionality to export, save or convert a file you are working on to a PDF. Sometimes (like viewing webpages) this isn’t supported but you do have a workaround. You are still able to create a PDF of your work.

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Print to PDF app launched for iOS

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ERCLab has announced the launch of Print to PDF, an app that uses the built-in print functionality on iOS devices to save emails, webpages or documents as PDF files. Print to PDF 1.1 is now available on iTunes App Store for iPhone, iTouch and iPad.

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EDITORIAL: How ‘open’ is PDF?

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Adobe may not have directly threatened a lawsuit over Microsoft’s inclusion of PDF creation functionality with the pending version of Office, but it is clearly unhappy with the feature. Given the ‘openness’ of the PDF format, what does this really mean? Dan Shea discusses the issue.

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Adobe’s official comment on the MS situation

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Thus far, most of the discussion regarding the Microsoft v. Adobe situation has come from Microsoft, either directly or via the press. To date, we’ve had very little direct response from Adobe. With that in mind, we asked Adobe’s Corporate Public Relations team for their take on the situation a few days ago and received their response today.

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Karl’s Corner: Adobe vs. Microsoft

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks about the pending legal brawl between software giants Adobe and Microsoft.

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OPINION: Clash of the Titans

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BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew (now Debenu CEO) explores the pending conflict between software giants Adobe and Microsoft. Reports are coming in all across the globe that Adobe isn’t content to let Microsoft shoot forth with a basic Save As PDF for Office 12. The WSJ is reporting that talks between the two software companies have reached an impasse during the past week as are The Street, Slashdot and many, many others.

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Saving PDF Files and Loading Toolbars

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If you want to save a file with a new name or to rewrite and optimize the document, you use the Save As command. The default tools appearing in the Toolbar Well are only some of the many tools and toolbars you have available in Acrobat. In this tip, Ted Padova shows you how to open toolbars, add them to the Toolbar Well and demonstrates the use of the Save As command.

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ByteServing Your PDF Files

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Ever waited an hour for a PDF to be viewable in your Web browser? ByteServing a file allows the Web Server to send smaller (but complete) chunks of a file.

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