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PDFs and their content – Part 2

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In the final part of this two part series, Jim King, a PDF Architect and Senior Principle Scientist at Adobe, takes a closer look at PDF forms as he discusses the editablility and resuse of content found in PDF files and highlights the fact that despite some people’s misperceptions, PDF content is only frozen if you choose it to be.

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PDFs and their content – Part 1

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In this two part series, Jim King, a PDF Architect and Senior Principle Scientist at Adobe, discusses the editablility and resuse of content found in PDF files and highlights the fact that despite some people’s misperceptions, PDF content is only frozen if you choose it to be.

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PDF app adopted by Stanford

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iAnnotate PDF has become the first iPad app to be required in Stanford University’s medical school. The app is being used as a teaching and collaboration tool, allowing users take notes, highlight and underline in PDF documents, and share annotated PDFs via email, iTunes sync, Dropbox or VGA output.

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