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This Week in PDF: Mac-based PDF editor adds redaction functionality

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This week in PDF has seen major updates to a Mac-based PDF editing application and a PDF-to-InDesign conversion tool.

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Proview PDF Editor 1.2 released

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UK-based Coherent Graphics has launched Proview 1.2, their updated full-featured PDF Editor for Mac OS X. Proview’s simple interface provides access to a variety of PDF creation and editing features.

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Monkeybread announces Combine PDFs 5.1 for Mac OS X

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Monkeybread Software has announced Combine PDFs 5.1, an update to its PDF merge and split tool for Mac OS X. Combine PDFs is a lightweight utility that allows users to merge multiple PDF files and images (JPEG, TIFF, etc.) into a single PDF. Additionally, the software can split a PDF or create a new document with interleaved pages from two different several files.

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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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Ubiquitious PDF: Skim and PointClips

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In this piece, Nettie Hartsock shares two ‘ubiquitous’ tools. Skim is for PDF users and PointClips is for PowerPoint aficionados who are really tired of yawns during their presentations and pointed harrumphs after unengaging keynotes.

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This week in PDF: Apple plugs OS X security holes

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This week in PDF sees the release of updates to a PDF conversion suite, a Java-based PDF viewer and Apple plug a swag of potential security holes in OS X.

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Using Mac OS X Preview Application for PDF Lite

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Mac OS X comes with an excellent PDF viewer built in. The Preview application is a fast, simple viewer. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of even Adobe Reader, but it uses a lot less overhead. Best of all, it’s fast. PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson explains.

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ARTS PDF Stamper release targets Mac users

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ARTS PDF has released a Mac version of its ARTS PDF Stamper 3.0 software. The Acrobat plug-in is now available for use with both Classic and OS X platforms, giving users access to a suite of stamping functions.

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