Tag: reading

Sony’s E Ink-Based Digital Paper to See US Release

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The May US release of Sony’s Digital Paper has been announced by World Software Corporation, the US distributors of the PDF reading and editing devices. Digital Paper features not one but two touch screens, allowing input from stylus, finger or a combination of these.

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This Week in PDF: Tool for repairing corrupted PDF files released

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This week in PDF has seen the release of a tool for repairing corrupted PDF files, along with updates to a PDF reader and a PDF preflight tool.

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Cerience announces RepliGo Reader

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Cerience Corporation announced the beta version of RepliGo Reader, its native PDF viewing application for BlackBerry smartphones from Research in Motion.

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Ubiquitous PDF tool: SKIM

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A really cool tool to help you skim PDFs comes in the form of SKIM, a PDF reader and note-taker designed for OS X users. Originally targeted at helping all those brainy university students annotate scientific papers in PDF, this tool is also becoming ubiquitous among users who want to view, export or bookmark PDF files.

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More immersive reading in Acrobat

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Clutter is the natural enemy of immersive on-screen reading. Toolbars, icons and menus can really get in the way if you are settling down with a good eBook or giving that document a final read-through before sending it out. This PDF tip explains how to reduce on-screen clutter and make the reading process as painless and distraction-free as possible.

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Touching Up Reading Order with Acrobat 7

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Yet another reason for using a tagged PDF document is to organize its reading order. You can use the TouchUp Reading Order tool to define individual content elements on a page and then order them as desired. Author Donna Baker explains how to accomplish this quickly and easily in Acrobat 7.

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MacFixit posts fix for slow Acrobat 6, Reader 6 printing

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MacFixit.com suggests that deleting Preferences
files for Acrobat 6 or Reader 6 under Mac OS X may
resolve a significant printing slowdown some users
have reported after upgrading.

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