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This week in PDF: Martin Bailey to head XPS standards committee

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In a follow-up to last week’s announcement of a pending PDF-competing standard, this week in PDF sees the head of the committee responsible named, an update to a PDF workflow tool and the State of Illinois adopting a suite of PDF solutions.

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PDF goes to ISO: The road ahead

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In his second of two articles on the topic, Duff Johnson looks at the consequences of PDF’s adoption as a formal standard, drawing on input from 3rd-party PDF gurus and PDF originator, Adobe Systems.

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PDF/X FAQ updated

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Finding clear and complete answers to PDF/X questions can be tough, but Global Graphics’ Martin Bailey has just made it a little easier by updating his popular ‘PDF/X: Frequently Asked Questions’ document. Released last week, the updated document was a response to a perceived industry need, and has already been accepted for publication on various industry sites.

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PDFaloud Creator Speaks Up About PDF

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Martin McKay has worked all his adult life in assistive technology. His company, Texthelp, has been helping to make the most popular document formats accessible to people who cannot read. This ultimately resulted in a strong focus on PDF, so Planet PDF caught up with him to get his take on PDF’s present and future with respect to assistive technologies.

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