Tag: osx

Mac-based digital signature application updated

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Today saw the release of PDF Signet 1.3, the latest version of Czech independent developer Vaclav Slavik’s Mac OS X certificate-based digital signature tool.

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Create A PDF in OS X

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Programs exist offering the functionality to export, save or convert a file you are working on to a PDF. Sometimes (like viewing webpages) this isn’t supported but you do have a workaround. You are still able to create a PDF of your work.

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Ubiquitious PDF: Skim and PointClips

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In this piece, Nettie Hartsock shares two ‘ubiquitous’ tools. Skim is for PDF users and PointClips is for PowerPoint aficionados who are really tired of yawns during their presentations and pointed harrumphs after unengaging keynotes.

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PDF Viewing and Monitors — Bigger is Better

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Electronic displays can’t yet match the resolution and ‘readability’ of paper, but they can do the next best thing — with the right monitor, that is. PDFforLawyers.com’s Dave Fishel explains in this piece on PDF readability and the relevance of screen size among other factors.

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Using Mac OS X Preview Application for PDF Lite

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Mac OS X comes with an excellent PDF viewer built in. The Preview application is a fast, simple viewer. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of even Adobe Reader, but it uses a lot less overhead. Best of all, it’s fast. PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson explains.

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TOC: PDF Print Production Guide, 2nd Edition

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Browse the Table of Contents for the ‘PDF Print Production
Guide, Second Edition,’ by Joseph Marin and Julie Shaffer of
GATF, and download an excerpt from the recently updated book.

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ARTS PDF Stamper release targets Mac users

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ARTS PDF has released a Mac version of its ARTS PDF Stamper 3.0 software. The Acrobat plug-in is now available for use with both Classic and OS X platforms, giving users access to a suite of stamping functions.

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