Tag: view

OfficeSuite Updated To v7.2: Additional PDF Export Options

No Picture

OfficeSuite And OfficeSuite Pro Updated To v7.2: Additional PDF Export Options, HP ePrint Support, And More

Read More »

How will Acrobat’s new sandbox play with my workflow?

No Picture

Following the addition of sandbox technology to Adobe’s flagship product, people (including we at Planet PDF) have been keen to nail down the practical implications of the move. Sure, it makes PDF viewing safer, but how will it affect my elegant PDF document workflow? In this article, Dan Shea takes a look at some of the finer points of ‘Protected View’, Acrobat’s new bodyguard.

Read More »

Latest Acrobat patch beefs up security, adds sandbox

No Picture

Unfortunately, exploiting security vulnerabilities in Adobe’s PDF products has become something of a growth industry. In response, Adobe has released major security updates to Reader (last November), Acrobat (two weeks ago) and their corresponding web browser plug-ins. These updates integrate ‘sandboxes’ to isolate the software from system resources.

Read More »

New feature allows users to Quick View” PDFs in Google searches”

No Picture

As keen-eyed Google users may have noticed, a new ‘Quick View’ link has been added to about half of the PDF links now displaying in Google search results.

Read More »

Cleaning up PDF documents in Acrobat

No Picture

If you are posting your PDF document to a web site, you’ll generally want to upload a clean copy that will streamline the viewing experience for your site visitors. This tip outlines a quick way to remove unnecessary annotations, widgets, JavaScript, links, bookmarks and attachments, along with optimizing your documents for fast web viewing.

Read More »

3-Heights 1.41 released

No Picture

Swiss company PDF Tools AG has released the latest version of its 3-Heights PDF Tools. Features new to version 1.41 include support for Windows 9x, continuous page layout mode, web link support and an ‘Analysis Only’ function.

Read More »

Toolbar Tips

No Picture

With all the functions in Acrobat these days, it’s easy to get a little lost. Luckily, you can choose to show toolbars that see heavy use or hide toolbars that (as far as you’re concerned) just get in the way. You can also move them around and dock them in any of the Acrobat window’s borders. Once you’re happy with the screen layout, you can even lock the configuration so that it can’t be changed accidentally! This PDF tip explains how.

Read More »

Finding user screen resolution with JavaScript

No Picture

PDF’s cross-platform nature makes it very portable, but it also means that there are many different kinds of users and setup configurations. This JavaScript tip explains how to find the user’s screen resolution, which can then be used to perform operations such as setting the PDF’s initial zoom settings.

Read More »

Setting the Opening View in a PDF

No Picture

First impressions count. Whether it’s just to save time, or just to give the right impression, it’s possible to set the initial view of your PDF documents from within Acrobat. In this Acrobat tip, Ted Padova explains how.

Read More »

Controling How Your PDF Displays on Opening

No Picture

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

Read More »