Tag: content

SnackableApps releases Go PDF for iOS

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SnackableApps has announced the release of Go PDF for iOS. The app creates PDF from from browser-based content such as web pages.

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National Academies Press PDF eBooks now free for download

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In an impressive move, the National Academies Press (NAP) has opened the door for making its content truly ubiquitous. It has made all PDF versions of its books freely available for download from its website. This announcement affects both the NAP’s existing catalog of more than 4,000 PDF eBooks and future reports.

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SmartSoft launches PDF Bookmarks

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SmartSoft has announced the release of PDF Bookmarks, its new software for creating bookmarks and tables of contents within PDF documents. PDF Bookmarks is the latest addition to SmartSoft’s existing portfolio of PDF solutions, which also includes Smart PDF Creator, Smart PDF Editor, and Smart PDF Tools.

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Canon to bundle Nuance’s PDF software in its Scanners

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Nuance Communications has announced that Canon Europe will bundle Nuance eCopy PDF Pro Office with Canon’s full range of DR Series scanners. This combination of Canon’s leading scanning devices and Nuance’s PDF software will allow office users to deliver an end-to-end paperless document workflow solution.

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Adobe Content Server now available from Datalogics

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After extending its deal with Adobe, Datalogics will now provide worldwide licensing and support for Adobe Content Server, an Adobe technology that secures EPUB and PDF content on reading devices and smartphone applications.

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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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Cool PDF Tool: Web Snapper 2.5.1 for Mac users

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If you need a quick way to capture whole web pages exactly as they are rendered online, then Web Snapper (formerly known as Red Snapper) might be the cool Mac PDF tool for you.

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Recosoft to release PDF2Office for iWork

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Japan-based Recosoft Corporation has announced the release of PDF2office for iWork v1.0 for the Macintosh platform.

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Vitrium Systems launches PDFSalesLeads

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Vitrium Systems has today launched PDFSalesLeads, a web-based application that allows organizations to generate sales leads from their PDF content.

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