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[15 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Between September 23 – 25, 2008, Acrobat and PDF Experts from all over the world will be descending on the Midwest, for the third annual PDF Central Conference. This year the conference will be held in the Minneapolis Convention Center, and will feature renowned speakers such as Ted Padova, Duff Johnson and Thom Parker.

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[28 Jun 2008 | One Comment | ]

PDF Download 2.0 is now in beta. You can sign up for the beta program here. New features will include: Web to PDF (new); Better PDF to HTML; Cleaner interface; and Wider support…

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[18 May 2008 | No Comment | ]

If you’re looking for a free online PDF converter check out Free PDF Converter. Not only can you convert various types of documents to PDF, but you can also convert PDFs to Word documents and Excel spreadsheets

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[18 May 2008 | One Comment | ]

Check out this video demo of viewing ebooks (in PDF format) on the iPhone. It looks pretty cool.

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[18 May 2008 | No Comment | ]

Cerience has announced its plans to release the world’s first native PDF viewer for BlackBerry.
RepliGo Reader will provide basic PDF viewing functionality such as zooming in and out of documents and  intelligently reformatting pages to fit the width of your BlackBerry screen. In addition, bookmarks, hyperlinks and searching will also be supported.
You can signup for the beta program of RepliGo Reader on this page.

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[18 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

I’ve just finished upgrading to Gutsy Gibbon, the latest release of Ubuntu, and I am very happy to find that a PDF printer driver is now installed by default. Previously I’ve covered some PDF creators that are available for Linux operating systems and have generally found that they are lacking in both functionality and numbers (i.e. there isn’t that many of them). Hopefully now that the PDF printer is a more integrated part of Ubuntu, it will get more attention feature wise.
The PDF printer in Gutsy Gibbon is an updated …

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[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 …

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[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, …