Tag: comparison

Comparing differences between PDF documents

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During a document review process, it’s often necessary to compare different versions of the same document. The good news is that Acrobat takes a lot of the pain out of this process with its automated document comparison feature. Read more in this tip.

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Acrobat 7 Product Family Feature Matrix

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With the announcement of Adobe Acrobat 7.0, Planet PDF sheds some light on the comparative merits of Adobe Reader and Acrobats Standard and Professional. Since a picture tells a thousand words, we’ve also included a detailed side-by-side feature comparison.

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Acrobat 7 Product Family Feature Matrix

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With the announcement of Adobe Acrobat 7.0, Planet PDF sheds some light on the comparative merits of Adobe Reader and Acrobats Standard and Professional. Since a picture tells a thousand words, we’ve also included a detailed side-by-side feature comparison.

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Accessible PDF: A Strategic Review

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In February, 2003, I argued on Planet PDF that accessibility is a big issue for Adobe Systems – and for the future of the PDF format. See that article, and a sidebar: Comparing Tagged PDF to Accessibility for the Masses for my suggestion. With the release of Reader and Acrobat 6.0 and the Read Aloud feature, Adobe took a major step towards my recommendation for adopting an Accessibility for the Masses perspective. If you have Reader 6.0 and speakers attached, open a PDF and try a Control-Shift-V. (You’ll be glad to know that Control-Shift-E stops it!).

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Running multiple instances of Acrobat

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A look at the use of multiple instances of Acrobat to streamline document comparison and cross-referencing.

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