Tag: user

Foxit announces a major release of its flagship PDF Reader

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Foxit Corporation has announced a major release of Foxit Reader, its flagship PDF reader. Foxit Reader is used by more than 100 million users for opening, viewing and printing PDF documents. Foxit Reader 5.0 offers a new set of integrations with Microsoft Office, capability to fill XFA forms, enhanced productivity features and additional security features.

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WindJack Solutions releases PDF CanOpener 4

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WindJack Solutions, Inc has released PDF CanOpener 4.0, its Adobe Acrobat plug-in for in-depth analysis and manipulation of the internal structure of PDF documents. Version 4.0 is compatible with Acrobat 8 & 9+ Professional and Standard on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (both 32 & 64-bit).

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Ubiquitous PDF: Download user manuals before you buy

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Ever gotten home with your new toy only to find that it is missing the one feature you really wanted? Never fear, Diplodocs.com is here!

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Adobe’s Chizen says Adobe Reader experience will change

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Adobe’s CEO Bruce Chizen this week during a Q&A session at the American Association of Publishers was quoted as saying, ‘We’re changing the experience of Acrobat Reader.’ Chizen went on to say that Adobe is aiming to take advantage of the growing numbers of people who access the Web through non-PC devices than PC devices in the next five years.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Open PDFs faster

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If you’re a Firefox user and find your reading or Web-surfing pleasure disrupted by having to wait for your PDF plug-ins to load, you might like to try using this little tool I found online.

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This week in PDF: Adobe education

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This week in PDF sees Adobe in the news with the announcement of a roadshow and the release of a new educational software solution. To round out the week’s news, another company has announced compliance with the Ghent PDF Workgroup’s (GWG) current set of specifications.

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Carl Young on PDF, Flash and his tenth PDF Conference

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At the PDF Conference today, Planet PDF caught up with trainer, author and conference producer Carl Young to talk about the future of our Flash, the conference business, and Adobe’s newly-minted user group initiative. Check out the details at Planet PDF.

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Printing page ranges quickly with JavaScript

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If you want to print ranges of pages from Acrobat, your options are a somewhat limited. You have the choice of setting a single, continuous page range (e.g. pages 1-10), all even pages, or all odd pages. While this may be sufficient for most purposes, what can you do if you need to print multiple page ranges? Help is at hand! This JavaScript tip from ARTS PDF’s Sean Stewart explains how.

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