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This week in PDF: Acrobat 8 rolls out

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This week in PDF, Adobe released a major update to its flagship product range, with PDF security vendor FileOpen immediately announcing full compatibility, while AIIM declares a push towards a standardized document format in healthcare. Conference attendees at the PDF Central Conference were given a full overview by Adobe’s Lori DeFurio (see Karl’s Corner for more).

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This week in PDF: Quiet innovation…

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This week in PDF has seen some gems released in time for the Adobe Acrobat and PDF Conference in Orlando, FL. There’s been a major update to established Digital Rights Management (DRM) product, FileOpen Publisher, an update to a nifty PDF conversion utility and a brand-spanking-new PDF and PDF/A verification tool from Apago. This piece also includes the winners of Planet PDF’s recent AGI Adobe Acrobat Conference competition, so check in to see if you have won!

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FileOpen becomes Planet PDF sponsor

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PDF security and digital rights management (DRM) specialist FileOpen Systems has joined Planet PDF as a sponsor of the site. The software company’s products include FileOpen Publisher and FileOpen WebPublisher, which are powerful tools that allow users to encrypt PDF documents to set expiry dates and manage usage rights.

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PDF security: Redaction and 3rd-party tools

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The fifth and final part in a series on PDF security, this installment covers censorship (AKA redaction) of PDF content and profiles several 3rd-party PDF tools relevant to PDF security. This article covers the concept and process of redaction, while also addressing the capabilities and uses of several third-party applications.

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