Tag: web

Upstartle adds PDF support to web-based document editor

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Silicon Valley-based Upstartle has announced the latest round of new features in its web-based, collaborative document editor. Entitled Writely, the product is currently in a free, public beta phase, but will ultimately be offered as a commercial service. The exciting part for Planet PDF readers, however, is the addition of PDF support.

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Create Web Page PDFs in Acrobat

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Often, you can find yourself wanting to keep an offline record of a web page: you may be traveling, and won’t have internet access, or perhaps you need a static copy of the page for your archives. Either way, Acrobat’s web capture feature can be an invaluable addition to your bag of tricks. This PDF tip explains.

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Creating Links to a Web page

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One way to keep your static PDF documents relevant is to create web links to ‘live’ websites that are regularly updated with the latest information. In fact, the process is even easier than creating web links in HTML! This PDF tip explains how.

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Editorial: Horses for courses — Making the right PDF

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Due to the many options available to PDF document authors, it’s no longer appropriate to say, ‘Looks like a job for PDF!’ It’s now more important to know which PDF. Dan Shea discusses the differing requirements of various PDF workflows. Read more in his editorial.

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Using Bookmarks to open files and other tricks

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Acrobat bookmarks are capable of far more than just pointing to chapter headings in PDF eContent. What about the idea of linking to related resources from a master document? ‘Trial notebook,’ anyone? In this tip, PDFforLawyers.com founder Ernest Svenson explains how to get more out of your Acrobat bookmarks.

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Seybold Report launches 2004 PDF Survey

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The Seybold Report has posted the third edition of its annual PDF Survey.

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Converting HTML Web Pages to PDF

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Acrobat’s Web Capture Plugin converts Web pages or entire Web sites into a single PDF file, including graphics and links. We explore two modes for converting HTML files: local HTML and online HTML.

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Adobe adds Chicago stop to eForms workshops for PDF developers

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Adobe Systems has added a Chicago stop in April to its previously announced series of half-day workshops on ‘eForms & Web Services Interoperability’ aimed at PDF developers working with PDF and/or XML. Space is limited, so register soon!

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ByteServing Your PDF Files

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Ever waited an hour for a PDF to be viewable in your Web browser? ByteServing a file allows the Web Server to send smaller (but complete) chunks of a file.

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