This feature is a review of Windows-based business intelligence and reporting tool, Monarch V8 Professional. The product is designed to easily ‘mine’ data from existing text-based or PDF reports — an information source often overlooked by other BI tools. As a commercial user of the software, IPS-Sendero consultant Lee Ann Bond’s review is based on firsthand experience. Read more in this review.Read More »
Want to know how to get the color right in your PDF files? It is now easier than ever to produce reliable print-ready PDFs, however many creative professionals still make mistakes when outputting PDF files for print. This article from XChange Training’s Pat Gilmour aims to help print professionals deal with colour issues in PDFs that have been incorrectly created by DTP operators.Read More »
The fifth and final part in a series on PDF security, this installment covers censorship (AKA redaction) of PDF content and profiles several 3rd-party PDF tools relevant to PDF security. This article covers the concept and process of redaction, while also addressing the capabilities and uses of several third-party applications.Read More »
LineType Software, Inc., a developer of electronic document tools for design professionals, has announced the release of the Banjo Digital Signature plug-in for Adobe Acrobat. The new plug-in is designed specifically for architects and engineers, and the company web site describes it as ‘the first digital signature tool designed to meet the needs of design professionals and the legal requirements of professional licensing boards.’Read More »
Enfocus Software recently announced current and forthcoming Acrobat 7- and PDF 1.6-compatible versions of its product line, with Pitstop Professional 6.5 now available.Read More »
Adobe Systems has posted for download a free, 30-day tryout version of its recently released Acrobat 7.0 Professional software for Windows.Read More »
Adobe Systems announces that its Acrobat 7.0 software is now shipping,
as is its new LiveCycle Policy Server.
Adobe Systems has begun selling both the full version of and
upgrades to its Acrobat 7.0 family of software products,
currently available only for online purchase and immediate
download from its Adobe Store.
Amazon.com is currently accepting pre-orders for full
versions of and upgrades to the Acrobat 7 product family,
noting that the product will be released on December 29.