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PDF goes to ISO: Some background

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In his first of two articles on the topic, Duff Johnson delivers some background and context on Adobe’s new move to push PDF towards publication as an ISO Standard.

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Karl’s Corner: Drawing a blank made easy

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks about a timesaving Acrobat technique from tipster, trainer and conference honcho Carl Young and Planet PDF Contributing Editor Duff Johnson.

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CVISION’s PdfCompressor: Squeeze your PDFs, and more

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In this piece, Duff Johnson takes an in-depth look at CVISION’s PdfCompressor software, designed for compressing PDF files and much more. Where relevant, the review also makes comparisons between similar functionality in this application and Adobe’s flagship software, Adobe Acrobat.

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DSI releases Reflow Optimization Service for PDF

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Document Solutions, Inc. (DSI), has announed the immediate availability of Reflow Optimization Services for PDF. While there is a Reflow function available in Adobe Acrobat Professional, this alone is only reliable for relatively simple documents.

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Legacy Content Conversion: Generating citations, revenue and goodwill from your publication history

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Document Solutions CEO and Planet PDF Contributing Editor Duff Johnson’s latest article, ‘Legacy Content Conversion: Generating citations, revenue and goodwill from your publication history’ appears in the Summer, 2005 issue of Journal Publishing, and is free for your download and use under the terms of the Reprint and Citation Policy.

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Duff Johnson: First Impressions of Acrobat 7.0

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One of the pioneers introducing PDF to the enterprise, Duff Johnson founded Document Solutions, Inc. in 1996 to leverage the power of the then-emerging PDF format in publishing and business communications. In an interview with Planet PDF, the PDF and accessibility guru shares his thoughts about Acrobat 7.0 and what it means for the PDF industry. Dan Shea reports.

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