Tag: web

Cleaning up PDF documents in Acrobat

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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.

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This week in PDF: PDF to and from paper

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This week in PDF has seen an update to a scanning and extraction product, features added to a web application for delivering print-ready documents and the release of a new developer library allowing individualized PDF forms to be generated from proprietary applications.

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Creating web links in Acrobat

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Given the ease with which online content can be updated, linking to web pages from within PDF documents can be a great way to provide access to the most up-to-date information. It’s easy to do, too. This tip explains how.

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Indigo Eight launches AjaxPDF

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Indigo Eight Software has announced the release of AjaxPDF, an ASP.NET 2.0 Web Control for displaying PDF documents within an existing Web page.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Building Flashy Web sites

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Looking to create a Web site with a little more pizzazz? Now you can build complete, Flash-based Web sites with a little assistance from a free eBook, courtesy of http://www.ebooknetworking.com.

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This week in PDF: Adobe plugs security holes

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Over the last month or so, Adobe has been earning column inches for all the wrong reasons, with security experts uncovering several vulnerabilities. This week in PDF, Adobe releases a fix for these issues and announces the formal release of a new service. To round out the week’s news, Planet PDF welcomes a new major sponsor to the fold.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Acrobat 8 Professional vs PDF Enhancer

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This edition of Ubiquitous PDF is about PDF itself rather than just an instance of the format’s use. WebSiteOptimization.com has posted a performance review of Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional’s optimization functionality, benchmarked against the popular PDF Enhancer application.

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Quickly open PDF Web links

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Did you know that Acrobat 7 allows users to open Web links within either Acrobat (effectively capturing the Web page on-the-fly) or a Web browser like Internet Explorer or Firefox? What’s more, users can open Web links in a flash with some nifty keyboard shortcuts.

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How To Create a PDF of an Entire Website

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For whatever reason, we can find ourselves needing offline access to entire websites, be it for evidence, research or archival purposes. The good news is that this is a simple task in Adobe Acrobat, as PDFforLawyers.com’s Dave Fishel explains.

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Mad Web Skills with PDF — Create a PDF from Internet Explorer

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If you are about to go offline for a while but just have to finish that online article, why not capture it to PDF? You can then either print it or view it on your handheld device. Nifty, eh? PDFforLawyers.com’s Dave Fishel explains how in this piece on creating PDFs from Internet Explorer.

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