Tag: manage

Slimming PDF bookmarks with JavaScript

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PDF bookmarks are a must for the usability and navigability of longer documents. When these bookmarks are created programmatically, they are based on a template created using a combination of user settings and the content of the source document or web page. Since not all such documents were created with PDF bookmarks in mind, cleaning up the resulting bookmark titles can become an important part of the QA process. In this tip, Karl De Abrew takes some of the pain out of this process.

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Debenu offers eBook for trying new automation tool

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Just as the year comes to a close, Debenu has introduced the first release candidate for a new automation tool. Debenu PDF Maximus allows users to perform configurable sets of actions (Action Lists) on PDF files, either individually or in batches. Debenu is also offering a prize to those who try out the pre-release version of the product and tell the company what they think.

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Quick PDF Library 8.12 adds native 64-bit support

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Quick PDF Library’s latest upgrade includes a number of improvements for developers. Version 8.12 adds 64-bit support for the Delphi, ActiveX and DLL editions of the SDK, and introduces support for Delphi XE2.

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Debenu releases free edition of flagship plug-in

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Debenu has released a free version of its powerful PDF-manipulation Acrobat plug-in, ARTS PDF Aerialist X. ARTS PDF Aerialist Lite allows users to freely split, merge and stamp PDF documents using Adobe Acrobat.

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This week in PDF: A pair of developer updates

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This week in PDF has seen the releases of a beta for a PDF developer library, an update to a browser-based PDF viewing and editing solution.

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Bates-stamping over several sessions

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Bates-stamping is important if you want to keep track of documents you produce. If you don’t have all of the documents ready at the same time, you’ll need to conduct several production runs. In this article, PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson discusses the related issues and suggests one way to accomplish Bates-stamping over multiple sessions.

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Ubiquitous PDF: DIY PDF magazines, courtesy of CNET and Magazinify

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Thanks to Magazinify.com, it’s possible to have web articles delivered right to your inbox in PDF form. If that weren’t enough, the nice folks at CNET have been nice enough to publish a step-by-step guide about how to set this all up using just a little time and a free Magazinify account.

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PDF/A Competence Center to run PDF/A-2 webinar series

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The International Standards Organization (ISO) published the PDF/A-2 standard in June. The latest version of the standard for long-term document archiving offers a range of extra functionality, including high performance JPEG2000 compression, support for transparency, and embedding of OpenType fonts. To help users get their heads around the new standard, the PDF/A Competence Center will be running a series of webinars.

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This week in PDF: Bluebeam patents Compare Documents feature

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This week in PDF, a patent has been granted, while the latest version of an established document management product can now handle encrypted PDF documents.

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Searching for PDFs on the web

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Given the sheer amount of content on the web these days, it can be useful to
filter results based on file format. In this PDF article, Dan Shea has a quick
look at a recently released PDF-only search engine, explains how to find PDFs
quickly using Google, and briefly compares the two.

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