Tag: introduction

What is Acrobat JavaScript?

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Acrobat JavaScript is a programming language that is contained inside Acrobat Standard and Acrobat Professional. Its sole purpose in life is to allow the developer to write scripts (programming code) that automates tasks that would otherwise be time consuming and mind numbing…

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What is PDF Preflight?

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What is preflight and why would I want to preflight PDF files? Isn’t PDF the perfect file format after all? Learn how preflight and PDF fit together and why it is a good idea to preflight PDF files.

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What is Adobe Acrobat?

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The core desktop application from Adobe Systems for creating and managing PDFs. Adobe Acrobat 6.01 is available in Standard and Professional versions, as well as ‘Elements’ for large-scale corporate desktops.

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What is Adobe Reader?

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The truly essential application, Adobe Systems’ Reader, now at version 6.01, sets the standard for viewing and printing PDF files. If you don’t already have Adobe Reader 6.01 installed, we strongly suggest you do so. It’s free.

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What is PDF?

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Word, Excel, TIFF. PostScript, HTML, XML, all have their pluses and minuses – but none of them are PDF. What makes our favorite format so special to business and government? In celebration of PDF technology, Duff delivers a little history of the magic behind the world’s most popular electronic document file format.

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What is Acrobat Reader?

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‘Adobe Acrobat Reader’: was retired by Adobe in May, 2003 with the release of Adobe Reader 6.0. Where did it go?

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