soft Xpansion, a German-based software developer, has unveiled the new version 7 of Perfect PDF Premium, its complete all-in-one solution for creating and editing PDFs. Perfect PDF 7 Premium allows users to create PDFs from any application that can print, including Windows Explorer, Microsoft Office, OpenOffice.org, Internet Explorer, Mozilla’s Firefox and Thunderbird.Read More »
Acrobat 7 allows users to spell check the text contained in form fields and comments, and performing such a check is a great final step before submitting a form or returning an annotated document after a review. After all, it can prevent potential confusion and embarrassment if all of your outgoing comments are error-free.Read More »
We’ve named the last four randomly selected winners in our contest promoting the new book Adobe Acrobat 7 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickstart Guide’ by Jennifer Alspach and Peachpit Press. This contest is now closed.Read More »
Enter our promotional contest in collaboration with Peachpit Press for a chance to win one of eight free copies of ‘Adobe Acrobat 7 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickstart Guide’ book by Jennifer Alspach. Four randomly selected winners will be named each of the next two weeks, so enter soon!Read More »
Chapter 9 on ‘Reviewing’ is an excerpt from ‘Adobe Acrobat
7 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickstart Guide’ by
Jennifer Alspach and Peachpit Press. Members of the global
Planet PDF community can obtain a special discount on this
and other relevant books.
On the eve of Adobe’s announcement of Acrobat 7, Planet
PDF talked with Pam Deziel, Director of Marketing for Acrobat
on the desktop, about a few of the new
and enhanced features in the product family and about her
history with the company — and particularly her decade-old
involvement with PDF. Deziel was a member of the Acrobat team
from versions 1.0 to 3.0, then returned as plans were taking
shape for the just-announced version that is due to begin
shipping in late 2004.
Chapter 10 — titled ‘Review PDF Documents’ — is an excerpt
from the book ‘How to Do Everything with Adobe Acrobat 6.0’
by Doug Sahlin and McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media. It includes
illustrated techniques on how to use the Comments tab, Note
tool and the File Attachment tool, and how to add Comments
and Audio Comments.
With the corporate enterprise as a key market Adobe had in mind during the development of Acrobat 5.0, considerable effort went into expanding the product’s capabilities for online workgroup collaborations. Last month The Seybold Report took a close look at the pros and cons, testing the setup and use of WebDAV (Web Document Authoring and Versioning) and PDF. We’re re-publishing their detailed review with permission; the article is also available as a seven-page PDF.Read More »
we did not test any Microsoft applications, they will have a significant
impact on the use of online PDFs, especially in the corporate enterprise.
Since the majority of Acrobat users are not involved in traditional graphic
arts but are part of law firms, insurance agencies, government bodies
and so on, we can expect Microsoft’s and Adobe’s Web and collaboration
tools to develop a decidedly ‘corporate’ aspect.