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Editorials, Featured, Tips and Tutorials »

[29 Sep 2007 | No Comment | ]

It’s easy enough to create PDFs on a Windows or Mac machine, but what about Linux? A quick search of the web will show you that Linux doesn’t have half the number of PDF creator options that Windows and Macs have, not even close, in fact your options on Linux are quite limited (which is hard for me to say, since I’m a Linux fan).
You might be asking why would anyone need more than one PDF creator? The answer is simple, if there was one free PDF creator that did …

Editorials »

[19 Sep 2007 | No Comment | ]

If you are interested in the technical side of PDF [and related technologies] then check out James King’s new blog called Inside PDF. He is the PDF Architect and a Senior Principal Scientist at Adobe — so you are definitely getting the inside word.
PC Magazine has praised the PDF format and provided readers with reviews of four different PDF creators — Adobe Acrobat, BullZip PDF Printer, deskPDF Professional and PDF Converter Professional 4. It’s definitely not a comprehensive list (or even close) of all the PDF creators out there, …

General News »

[18 Sep 2007 | No Comment | ]

IBM has just announced the release of IBM Lotus Symphony, a no-charge package of software tools for office productivity tasks.

Adobe Acrobat, General News, PDF Creation »

[11 Sep 2007 | No Comment | ]

A few interesting links that I’ve come across today:

Rick Borstein on his Acrobat for Legal Professionals blog has attacked PDF clones as being cheap and inferior imitations of Adobe Acrobat. He obviously knows which side his bread is buttered on.
Want to convert PDFs to Word, Excel or JPEG? Computer Tips From A Customer Guy has some.. err.. tips.
Germany company UNIVERSE GmbH have released pdf-Office Professional in Version 7.0.

Adobe, General News, PDF Conversion »

[3 Sep 2007 | No Comment | ]

Intelligent Converters announced the release of PDF-to-Word Converter, a program which converts Adobe PDF files to Microsoft Word formats. The enhanced version of PDF-to-Word Converter is now able to preserve text flow of documents as well as their original format.