Tag: xps

PDF Developer Libraries

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Please click here to read about PDF Developer Libraries.

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This week in PDF: Monkeybread Software updates Combine PDFs

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This week in PDF has seen an update to a Mac-based tool for splitting and merging PDF documents, while a web-based viewer and a developer kit add PDF support.

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Global Graphics announces gDoc Fusion launch

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Global Graphics has announced the rollout of gDoc Fusion, an eDocument builder application designed for creating, reviewing, editing, sharing and archiving PDF and XPS documents.

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NiXPS 1.5 brings XPS to the Mac

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NiXPS has announced the availability of NiXPS 1.5, an application offering Mac users the ability to view XPS files. The application is currently available and includes a range of XPS editing and rendering capabilities.

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This week in PDF: Martin Bailey to head XPS standards committee

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In a follow-up to last week’s announcement of a pending PDF-competing standard, this week in PDF sees the head of the committee responsible named, an update to a PDF workflow tool and the State of Illinois adopting a suite of PDF solutions.

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This week in PDF: PDF competitor to form basis for new document standard

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While Adobe courted controversy with its ‘Send to FedEx Kinko’s’, this week in PDF sees drafting begin on a standard based on a PDF competitor, the release of a free, PDF-based patent widget and a major update to a PDF printing tool.

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Amyuni releases PDF Creator 3.0 for .Net

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Amyuni has rolled out PDF Creator 3.0 for .NET, which features support for Microsoft Vista operating system and several other upgrade features from the last version.

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Karl’s Corner: Bodyblow, bodyblow – XPS versus PDF

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks about Microsoft’s push to standardize its XML Paper Specification (XPS).

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Karl’s Corner: Dennis Quaid and Harrison Ford

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks about … the eerie resemblance between Dennis Quaid and Harrison Ford. Yes, really.

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Adobe v Microsoft The Next Move

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Microsoft has just made its first PDF creation product available free for download from its web site, making good on its promise months ago to give the tools away. If you remember our original story, after much wrangling with Adobe, Microsoft backed down on providing the functionality inside its Microsoft Office 2007 range of products. Instead, it announced it would give them away free via download to any Microsoft Office 2007 user. Adobe had wanted Microsoft to charge for the software.

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