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callas releases an improved pdfToolbox 5

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callas software has announced a new maintenance release of callas pdfToolbox, its PDF preflight and correction software. The new version of callas pdfToolbox 5 is packed with improvements and fixes to known-problems with page sizes, page orientation and bleed.

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Shortcut for fast PDF page navigation

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Of all the shortcuts you need to know, being able to quickly jump to a particular page in a PDF is most important. Let’s say you have a 43 page PDF and you’re reviewing it with someone by phone. They ask you to jump to page 30, and you’re on page 1. How quickly can you jump to page 30?

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Cool Tool: Turn your PDF documents into webpages

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From the folks at DNAML, come a nifty way to turn PDF documents into websites in four easy steps.

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Applying page numbers and the date in Acrobat

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You may often find yourself needing to add page numbers to a PDF document to enhance navigability or stamp a date for version tracking purposes. This tip explains how to perform these functions in Acrobat.

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Karl’s Corner: Drawing a blank made easy

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks about a timesaving Acrobat technique from tipster, trainer and conference honcho Carl Young and Planet PDF Contributing Editor Duff Johnson.

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Karl’s Corner: A Sure Fire Way To Lose My Business

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks about one of the first things that attracted him to PDF, page fidelity.

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Adding Page Numbers in Acrobat 7

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When you combine pages for a project, you end up with one document. Numbering the pages of the newly combined document helps give it a uniform feel, and is an important addition to professional PDF documents. Author Donna Baker explains how to do this quickly and easily in Acrobat.

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Navigating a Long Document

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We all know how frustrating it can be to manually navigate through long PDF documents. Bookmarks and links help, but what about if they are inappropriately spaced or have not been created? Dave Fishel of PDFforLawyers.com provides a quick tip that can help ease the pain.

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Navigating the Internal Structure of a PDF Document

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‘A PDF Document is a many layered thing.’ So says Thom Parker, who in this article tries to make sense of the structures and objects that compose a PDF Document with a view to fostering a better understanding of the PDF Specification.

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Creating PDF Page Links

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In addition to the tools used for navigation in the Status Bar, you can add interactive elements to a PDF document to assist a user in navigating pages in open PDF documents and in navigating among a collection of different PDF documents. The Link tool is used to create hyperactive links. In this tip, Ted Padova shows you how to add interactive links with the Link tool.

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