Tag: editing

Reducing PDF File Size (Optimizing PDFs)

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PDF is a powerful technology that can produce large, unwieldy files. Ideally, each PDF should be optimized for its intended purpose, audience and delivery method. This article talks about optimization and shows how to slim down over-sized PDF files using Acrobat.

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Sony’s E Ink-Based Digital Paper to See US Release

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The May US release of Sony’s Digital Paper has been announced by World Software Corporation, the US distributors of the PDF reading and editing devices. Digital Paper features not one but two touch screens, allowing input from stylus, finger or a combination of these.

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Linking to Pages or Destinations Within PDFs

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Ever wanted to link through to specific pages or named destinations within your PDF files? This tip from Jeremy Koadlow explains how.

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PDF Reflow in Microsoft Word 2013: Is it any good?

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Microsoft Office 2013 is slated for release soon and users have been given a chance to get an early look at it. In this article, Leon Atherton, an IDR Solutions developer, takes a look at the new PDF reflow feature in Microsoft Word and gives his verdict.

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PDF editing to be built into Microsoft Office 2013

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Hot on the heels of the news that Windows 8 will have its own PDF reader, Windows Reader, comes a (confident) rumor that Microsoft Word 2013 is going to include its own built-in PDF viewing and PDF editing capabilities.

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SmartSoft unveils Smart PDF Editor

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SmartSoft, a provider of document capture and conversion solutions, has unveiled Smart PDF Editor, its new software built on SmartSoft’s imaging technologies. Smart PDF Editor enables users to create and edit PDF documents in a few clicks.

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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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Proview PDF Editor 1.2 released

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UK-based Coherent Graphics has launched Proview 1.2, their updated full-featured PDF Editor for Mac OS X. Proview’s simple interface provides access to a variety of PDF creation and editing features.

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DataViz releases Documents To Go 2.0 for Android

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DataViz has announced the release of Documents To Go 2.0 for Android. The latest release offers Adobe PDF file support.

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