Tag: fdf

Acrobat & PDF Developer Libraries

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Numerous third-parties produce libraries that can be used to create PDF. This page collects some of the better known PDF developer offerings.

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Importing and exporting form data in Acrobat

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When using PDF forms, it’s possible to export, store and import the data in Form Data Format (FDF). Since an FDF file only includes the form data and not the form itself, it is much smaller and more lightweight that the complete PDF form, making it more efficient to manipulate. This tip explains how to export and import FDF data using Acrobat.

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‘Great deal of attention is now being paid to e-forms’

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In an article published in a recent Seybold Reports, Bill Trippe of New Millennium Publishing compares the virtues of forms solutions from Adobe and Microsoft, giving the current edge to Adobe’s PDF-based efforts.

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Planet PDF Extends Position as Leading PDF-Focused Web Site

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Planet PDF has appointed three new contributing editors and the launch of its new professional learning centers. Planet PDF’s Richard Crocker explains.

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Adobe expands Expert Certification Program

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Adobe Systems has announced new certification levels, exams and vendors to its Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) program, the company’s certification program for graphic artists and creative professionals. It includes certification for Acrobat and Acrobat PDF forms.

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Instant Printing From a JavaScript PopUpMenu

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The following JavaScript code can be added to a button, bookmark or even link. When the user activates the button / bookmark / link a popup menu will be displayed on screen listing the page numbers (in page blocks of 20). If the user selects a page number that page will be silently printed to the default printer, no dialog boxes will be displayed.

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Adobe CEO Chizen has company on track, exceeding expectations

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In a recent interview with the Wharton School, Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen talks about the current company makeover toward becoming the ‘enterprise software company,’ in step with goals he shared with Planet PDF in mid-2001.

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Adobe names Chief Software Architect for Intelligent Documents

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Adobe Systems named two new chief software architects for its new Office of Technology, one focused on driving innovation with the company’s PDF-based Intelligent Documents products and solutions.

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Seybold Amsterdam 2004 features strong industry presence

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The upcoming conference will feature a number of leading PDF-oriented vendors and technologies, including five dubbed as Seybold’s ‘Hot Picks.’

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Planet PDF’s Must-See Hotpicks at Seybold Amsterdam

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With scarcely two weeks to go until Seybold Amsterdam, Planet PDF’s Sam Chandler and Dan Shea preview key sessions and can’t-miss local attractions in the Dutch capital.

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