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Microsoft’s Print to PDF has gone awry

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Well, this could be more than just a little problem. Using Microsoft Edge’s Print to PDF feature could put the wrong text in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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Great additions to Microsoft Edge preview with Insider Build 16188

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As part of the latest release of Windows Insider Preview Build, Microsoft Edge’s PDF Reader has been souped up to include new features to provide more support for PDF reading

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Microsoft Word 2013 Welcomes PDF Reflow Integration Into Software

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Microsoft Office Word 2013 brings a host of added new features to your desktop toolkit, with this years update integrating saving and sharing files in the cloud, shared online meetings and automatic formatting of data from Excel. In addition to the ability to open and edit PDF file types within the Microsoft word document, called PDF reflow.

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PDF Reflow in Microsoft Word 2013: Is it any good?

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Microsoft Office 2013 is slated for release soon and users have been given a chance to get an early look at it. In this article, Leon Atherton, an IDR Solutions developer, takes a look at the new PDF reflow feature in Microsoft Word and gives his verdict.

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PDF editing to be built into Microsoft Office 2013

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Hot on the heels of the news that Windows 8 will have its own PDF reader, Windows Reader, comes a (confident) rumor that Microsoft Word 2013 is going to include its own built-in PDF viewing and PDF editing capabilities.

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PDF Update: PDF conversions

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In this PDF update, we have a pair of conversion tools; one converts documents to PDF, while the other converts from PDF.

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Enhanced Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services released

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Aspose has announced the enhanced version of Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services, its .NET solution that allows users to produce PDF reports from Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005 and 2008 Reporting Services. The new version (2.1.0) supports PDF bookmarks, HTML tags, XMP metadata, custom embedded font and rendering watermark for pages.

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Docs for Facebook

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Facebook Docs, built in collaboration between Facebook and Microsoft, now offers support for PDF files. Once uploaded, PDFs become viewable online via an Silverlight-based viewer and can be shared with friends.

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Zero-day flaw discovered in Flash, Acrobat and Reader

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Adobe has warned that a critical vulnerability (CVE-2010-2883) in the most current version of its Flash Player is being actively exploited on Windows computers. The company said that the flaw, which was discovered by security firm Trend Micro, could allow attackers to ‘take control of the affected system.’

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F-Secure calls for Microsoft to add PDF viewer

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This week antivirus vendor F-Secure’s Sean Sullivan, a security advisor for the Finnish-based firm asked the question, ‘Why doesn’t Windows include native PDF reader support?,’ on F-Secure’s blog.

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