Articles Archive for August 2009
General News, PDF Editor, PDF Prepress, PDF Tools, PDF/X »
Zevrix, an automation and productivity software developing company, has just released the pre-release version of PDF Checkpoint.
General News, PDF Standards »
Jim King from Adobe has published a paper on the evolution of the PDF file format over the past 15 years.
PDF Standards »
Years ago when we used to talk about PDF as being the most prominent document format, we’d always have to add a quick, under-the-breath, “de-facto standard”. But PDF has finally matured. It is no longer a de-facto standard used when and why it seemed appropriate. Nope, PDF is a big boy now.
Adobe Acrobat, PDF Standards »
It’s funny. For years Adobe had to tread a thin line between generating revenue from the electronic document format that they created and not stepping on the toes of the vibrant community of independent developers which sprung up around the Portable Document Format in its early years — and played a significant role in the rise of this astoundingly popular format.
Adobe Acrobat, PDF Security, PDF Standards »
Today a couple of PDFs landed on my desktop with an odd affliction that I have not previously encountered.
DataViz has just released an upgraded version of Documents To Go for Android. Documents To Go 2.0 now allow users to access Microsoft Power Point and Adobe PDF files as well as enhancements for Word and Excel files.
Document Management, General News, PDF Security, PDF Tools »
Password recovery tools developer Passcovery Ltd. released a new edition of Atomic PDF Password Recovery, a software solution to remove PDF restrictions brought about forgotten or misplaced passwords.
Ebooks, General News, PDF Reader »
Astak released its latest Pocket Pro E-book Reader supported by Adobe with its trademark Adobe Digital Editions software.