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Planet PDF upgrade continues

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As mentioned on the Debenu blog, Planet PDF is currently in the process of being migrated across to a shiny new server. Once the move is complete, the new server will significantly improve site performance and uptime.

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Introducing Planet PDF Q&A

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Planet PDF will be releasing a new, wiki-based question-and-answer site. Contributing Editor Rowan Hanna explains what the new Planet PDF Q&A platform will mean for Planet PDF and its readers.

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Touching-up text in Acrobat

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Let’s set the scene: after you’ve created your PDF, added any bookmarks, links, JavaScript or other interactive content, you quickly check through your PDF document before sending it off or posting it to a web site. Unfortunately, you find that you’ve misspelled the name of an important client! Luckily, Adobe Acrobat’s TouchUp Text Tool can save you from having to regenerate the entire document.

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PDF goes to ISO: The road ahead

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In his second of two articles on the topic, Duff Johnson looks at the consequences of PDF’s adoption as a formal standard, drawing on input from 3rd-party PDF gurus and PDF originator, Adobe Systems.

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Standards body releases free workflow test patches

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Standards body The Ghent PDF Workgroup (GWG) has announced the availability of the Ghent Output Suite, designed to help professionals determine whether PDF files are behaving as expected in graphic arts workflows. GWG is the international congress of graphic arts professionals established to create, test and disseminate best practices and specifications for publishing workflows.

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Max Wyss: First Impressions of Acrobat 7.0

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Styled ‘The guru of PDF scripting,’ this genial Swiss’s expertise with PDF-based forms has seen him in great demand as a speaker and consultant on four continents. Planet PDF caught up with the PRODOK Engineering principal to chat about the recent release of Adobe’s Acrobat 7.0 product family, which ships with an updated and renamed forms application in Adobe LiveCycle Designer. Dan Shea reports.

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