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[18 Apr 2007 | One Comment | ]

I have been using a handy Firefox Add-on called PDF Download for the past few months. This add-on allows you to specify whether you want to view a PDF file inside your Firefox browser or if you want to download it to your desktop. Without this add-on any PDF links that you click on would open directly inside your browser, which is not some peoples preferred option.

Of course you still need have a PDF Reader installed to be able to view PDFs whether they be on your desktop or in …

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[17 Apr 2007 | No Comment | ]

LuraTech upgrades its PDF compressor software to incorporate digital signing features and debuted two new additional products to further strengthen its leadership when it comes to PDF/A solutions.

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[17 Apr 2007 | One Comment | ]

What is the best practice for including PDF links on your website? It’s simple, make sure that the user knows what they are getting themselves into. I can’t count the number of times that I’ve clicked on a web link, only to discover that the link goes to a PDF that’s 20MB, and on a low-speed Internet connection (read: broadband in Australia), that can be quite painful. You soon find yourself reaching for the Ctrl+Alt+Del keys because your web browser has been temporarily hijacked [and perhaps not so “temporarily” if …

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[16 Apr 2007 | No Comment | ]

Fans of Sudoku rejoice. You can now download free Sudoku books in PDF format from www.printsudoku.com. Go on check it out. It’s guaranteed to frustrate you for hours.

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[16 Apr 2007 | No Comment | ]

Could 2007 be the year that PDF/A breaks on through to the other side? It’s certainly gotten off to a pretty good start with the first ever PDF/A Conference being held in Stuttgart, Germany, by the PDF/A Competence Center. The event ran between the 8-9th of March and reportedly attracted over 200 attendees, which is a great start.
Visit the PDF/A Competence Center for more details.