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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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Adobe’s James King among Seybold SF 2004 keynotes

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MediaLive has announced that Dr. James King of Adobe Systems is among its lineup of keynote speakers at Seybold San Francisco 2004, set for August 16-19.

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Adobe’s Jim King talks about first Acrobat and PDF decade

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This Thursday morning at the Seybold PDF Summit in Amsterdam, Adobe’s James C. King will deliver a keynote that reflects on the ‘twists and turns that Acrobat and PDF have taken’ during the past decade. We caught up with King shortly before he caught a flight to Europe to talk about his upcoming talk, about some of his past presentations on related themes — including a still-relevant 1998 primer on ‘what’s inside a PDF’ — and about his work as A Principal Scientist for Adobe Systems. Planet PDF is a co-sponsor of the Seybold PDF Summit.

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