Tag: docs

Ascertia releases a new version of PDF Sign&Seal

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Ascertia announced the release of the latest version of PDF Sign&Seal, its flagship desktop-based product for creating, signing, time-stamping and sealing PDF documents. The new version features an enhanced user interface, integration with Ascertia Docs and support for PDF/A creation.

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Docs for Facebook

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Facebook Docs, built in collaboration between Facebook and Microsoft, now offers support for PDF files. Once uploaded, PDFs become viewable online via an Silverlight-based viewer and can be shared with friends.

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Bookmarksoft releases Bookmark Docs 1.2

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Bookmarksoft has released a new document navigation tool. Bookmark Docs allows users to tag information across multiple browsers and readers, and can be used to mark up PDF, CHM, MSDN library documents and web pages. Users can tag and share bookmarks and also collaborate on a set of bookmarks for project management across formats.

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Gmail adds a PDF viewer

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As of December 12, everyone’s (OK, well, my) favorite web-based email client has officially added fast PDF viewing to its bag of tricks. This functionality is not entirely new, of course. As Google Software Engineer, Marc Miller’s official blog post notes, the PDF viewer in question was already available as part of Google Docs. Nevertheless, its integration into Gmail was both a nifty addition and a natural evolution of the technology.

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This week in PDF: Google Docs adds limited PDF support

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This week in PDF has seen Google add PDF functionality to its online document service and a pair of Adobe-related announcements, including an update to its LiveCycle enterprise solution and the inclusion of licensed preflight technology in Acrobat 9 Professional.

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