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Adobe, General News »

[28 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Adobe PDF can now be created via an MS Office 2007 environment. MS Office 2007 has been a welcome addition to PDF’s current roster of supporting platforms.

Adobe Reader, Adobe Reader 9, General News, PDF JavaScript, PDF Security »

[28 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Adobe issued a security warning to users of specific versions of Adobe Reader and advises disabling of Javascripts inside Adobe Reader until patch is released.

General News, PDF Library, PDF Tools »

[16 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Amyuni, makers of quality PDF developer tools for .NET and ActiveX, has released PDF Analyzer, a new standalone application designed to examine the structure and contents of PDF documents with precise detail.

PDF Creation »

[16 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Roycesoft has unveiled its new software Royce PDF Printer for Windows. A virtual printer that produces printouts as PDFs instead of paper.

Editorials »

[14 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Prepare yourself for a ton of headlines this week that include the words “newspapers”, “advertising”, “down”, “fall”, “decline” and “oblivion” as publishers begin to report their first quarter results for 2009. As this New York Times article reports, industry executives and analysts expect to see advertising declines as high as 30% for some newspapers.
 They are expecting declines sharp enough to wipe out profit margins at many papers that, despite two years of battering, had stayed comfortably in the black, and to push already-weak publishers closer to bankruptcy, perhaps even closure. …

Adobe Acrobat, PDF Conversion »

[6 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Anyone who has tried export a PDF to excel knows that it’s not an easy process. Frequently it’s impossible to do it in usable way. Luckily for us, Rick Borstein from Acrobat for Legal Processionals has posted an article with some tips on how to export a PDF to excel using Adobe Acrobat.

Free, PDF Conversion »

[2 Apr 2009 | No Comment | ]

Convert PDF to JPEG for free by using PDF995’s OmniFormat. It’s a free utility from the team at PDF995, that allows you to convert PDF files to a variety of formats, including JPEG. Check it out…