Tag: imposition

This Week in PDF: WWF releases unprintable PDF-based format

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This week in PDF has seen the releases of a green PDF-based format and a tool for repairing corrupt PDF documents, along with an update to an Acrobat plug-in for PDF imposition.

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This Week in PDF: PDF/A Conference to be held in Rome

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This week in PDF has seen the announcement of a PDF/A Conference, an update to a PDF imposition tool, and the release of localized versions of a free application for creating and viewing PDF documents.

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This week in PDF: PDF imposition functionality available gratis for a limited time

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This week in PDF has seen an update to a developer solution for print job delivery, the announcement of a limited offer for existing Dynagram customers to receive free access to PDF imposition functionality, and the signing of a business alliance partnership.

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Cheap Impostor rolls out 3.1 imposition software

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Cheap Impostor has announced the release of version 3.1, a less expensive way for folks to transform documents into magazines or books without using a photocopier.

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This week in PDF: The skinny on PDF services online

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This week in PDF sees the launch of a Macintosh-compatible version of an established PDF conversion tool, a handy summary of free PDF services online and updates to a PDF prepress software suite.

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This week in PDF: Quark announces support for Acrobat 8

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This week in PDF has seen the addition of enhanced print to PDF functionality to a quality management system, while Adobe Acrobat 8 support has been included with Quark’s bundle of print software and Kansas’s Johnson County has improved its mapping system with a PDF-based solution.

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This week in PDF: Quite Hot Imposing

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This week in PDF sees Planet PDF welcome a new major sponsor, while Quite Software announces a new imposition product and Crionics updates its suite of PDF tools.

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ARTS PDF releases Crackerjack 5.1

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ARTS PDF has released an update to its popular ARTS PDF Crackerjack software. The software vendor has called Crackerjack 5.1 its biggest ever dot release, and the new version adds support for image editing and imposition. For the initiated, imposition refers to the shuffling of pages so that they will appear in the correct order when printed and bound.

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Quite Software releases Quite Imposing Plus 2.0

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Lochawe, Scotland-based developer Quite Software has announced the release of version 2.0 of its well-known desktop imposition product. Quite Imposing Plus 2.0 offers a swag of new features, including support for Acrobat 7 on Windows and Mac, the use of XML to describe imposition tasks, Bates Stamping, n-up centering and PDF/X.

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Making booklets with Adobe Reader

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Have you ever wanted to make a booklet from a PDF document? Until the Acrobat 7 family was released, the only way to accomplish this was with 3rd party tools, but Adobe Reader 7 can now accomplish this out of the box. Chris Dahl explains how in this tip.

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