Tag: pdf

FlashPaper vs PDF

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With Macromedia’s acquisition of RoboHelp — and its PDF creation engine, RoboPDF — now behind us, Contributing Editor Dave Wraight takes a look at how Macromedia’s first FlashPaper offering stacks up against PDF.

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Apago to introduce new products with JDF support

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Apago, Inc. will introduce a series of new and updated products with support for JDF job tickets at drupa 2004.

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Tailor Made announces AcroXchange for PDF conversions

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Tailor Made Software recently announced AcroXchange for converting PDF and Illustrator files into popular CAD, technical illustration, raster and Web-ready formats.

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Seybold Seminars hires editorial team, centralizes in SF

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Seybold Seminars, which recently centralized its editorial and conference content teams, has created a new Content Board to help guide editorial and conference development.

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Adobe introduces PDF Forms with 2-D barcodes solution

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At AIIM 2004, Adobe Systems is introducing new forms processing technology that utilizes PDF, the free Adobe Reader and 2-D barcode technology.

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Adding ‘stamps’ or ‘watermarks’ to your PDFs

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We have made a sample and instructions on how to use a similar method to add `stamps’ or `watermarks’ to your existing PDFs.

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Controling How Your PDF Displays on Opening

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To control how your PDF files are opened you need to adjust the Open Settings.

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