Tag: Graphics

Major upgrade to Harlequin Server RIP released

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Global Graphics Software has released a major update to Harlequin Server RIP, its flagship software for handling print jobs across a wide range of devices and workflows. Version 9.0 provides faster performance than its predecessors and includes a new range of productivity features for print shops.

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Redact-It 2.0 released

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Informative Graphics Corporation has announced the immediate release of a major update to its electronic redaction software. Redact-It 2.0 adds optical character recognition (OCR) of PDF files, along with support for redaction across a greater range of file formats, including WordPerfect, TXT and RTF.

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Global Graphics upgrades gDoc PDF Server

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Global Graphics has launched version 5.1 of gDoc PDF Server(TM), its server-based PDF software that manages the conversion of multi-format documents into PDF files. Version 5.1 includes updated platform support for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (32- and 64-bit) and Windows 7. In addition, the integration with Microsoft Office has been updated with a ribbon toolbar, for Office 2007 and Office 2010.

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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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Coherent Graphics announces Coherent Command Line PDF Toolkit 1.3

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Coherent Graphics Ltd. has updated its Coherent Command Line PDF Toolkit for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

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This week in PDF: Global Graphics and Quark sign tech deal

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This week in PDF has seen a deal signed between Global Graphics and Quark, the release of a corporate ‘quick start’ package and an update to PDF compression tool.

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This week in PDF: Adobe announces Acrobat 9, Acrobat.com and Adobe PDF Print Engine 2

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This week in PDF has seen the demonstration of a next-generation RIP and a flurry of major announcements from Adobe Systems, including the public beta release of its suite of hosted services.

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PDF goes to ISO: The road ahead

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In his second of two articles on the topic, Duff Johnson looks at the consequences of PDF’s adoption as a formal standard, drawing on input from 3rd-party PDF gurus and PDF originator, Adobe Systems.

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Xplor announces PDF University 2007 for Spring Graphics of the Americas

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Xplor International is hosting its annual Graphics of America exhibition in Miami this spring, and announced this week that in conjunction with the event it will for the first time be organizing a PDF University. The PDF University will run from February 28th to March 3, 2007 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

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This week in PDF: Forms, (standards) bodies and Miami heat

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Welcome to the first edition of ‘This week in PDF,’ a new weekly column designed to give a quick overview of major developments in and around the PDF space. This week sees a new release of Jaws PDF Creator 4.0 for the Mac, while the Ghent PDF Workgroup takes center stage in Miami and an online HTML form processor adds PDF support.

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