FinePrint Software has announced the release of Server Editions (SE) of pdfFactory and pdfFactory Pro, the company’s PDF-creation software tools, and FinePrint, its related printing management utility.Read More »
Adobe Systems is hosting a pair of free Acrobat developer
workshops — designed to show how Adobe’s technologies can
help organizations maintain control over how, when, and by
whom documents are accessed — in conjunction with the
security-focused RSA Conference 2005 in San Francisco.
Kofax has announced an agreement to integrate Adobe
Systems’ LiveCycle Barcoded Forms into its Ascent Capture
platform, enabling companies, government agencies, and large
organizations which process large volumes of paper forms to
automate the collection of form data for use in business
applications and databases.
Five Across recently announced a new workgroup
server and the addition of RSS support for its instant
messaging client software.
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.
AdLib eDocument Solutions announces the release of AdLib Exponent 1.2, providing intelligent job management, load balancing between multiple AdLib eXpress Servers, extended connectivity to UNIX machines, a fault-tolerant architecture and enterprise scalability.Read More »