Articles tagged with: Acrobat 9
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Late last year, I tried installing Adobe Acrobat 9 on the PC where I use Windows 7. I thought it was a good combination as I didn’t experience any troubles with the basic functionalities such viewing, printing, extracting and bookmarking PDFs. It turned out that a lot of others were not as lucky as I was.
Early last week – Adobe rolled out a substantial path which covered just under 30 security issues. These vulnerabilities were said by ChannelWeb to leave susceptible to attacks by infected PDF-apps.
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Lurene Grenier of Sourcefire’s Vulnerability Research Team has published an update for Adobe Reader 9 to provide defense against the recently reported Adobe Reader bug.
Yet another contribution by Thom Parker, Acrobat plug-in master, and host of a website called pdfscripting.com. In today’s post, Thom looks to explain the relationship between Acrobat, PDF, and scripts.
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A few days ago I tested Adobe Reader 9 on Windows 7 and didn’t discover any major issues. Adobe Reader worked correctly despite the fact that Windows 7 is not yet a supported platform. Today I thought I’d try the same with Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro.
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Installing software on an unsupported operating system isn’t usually a good idea. In fact, it is quite often fraught with risk, as a lot of people found in 2006 when they tried to install software on Windows Vista that was originally been built for Windows XP and hadn’t been updated yet. Luckily — so far — it seems like it is going to be a far smoother transition from Windows Vista to Windows 7.
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I was about to write a post mocking Live Search for displaying a spam site as the number one search result for “acrobat 9 download”, until I did searches on Google and Yahoo for the same terms, at which point I decided to mock them all.
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Adobe will be holding four hour-long Acrobat related eSeminars over the next few weeks for legal professionals. It’s free to attend (virtually of course), but those of you who register now will automatically go into the running for a Samsung T220HD 22″ HDTV Widescreen Monitor.
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Acrobat for Legal Professionals has a great tip on how to add bookmarks to a PDF Portfolio.
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Peachpit has published a chapter from Donna Baker’s latest book, Acrobat 9 HowTo’s online. The free chapter deals with how to create PDF Portfolios in Acrobat 9.
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ElcomSoft have long been a thorn in Adobe’s side. It all started way back in 2001 when Dmitry Sklyarov, an employee of Russian company ElcomSoft, was arrested in Las Vegas for distributing a product (Advanced eBook Processor) that Adobe alleged was designed to circumvent copyright protection measures in its eBook software.
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Rick Borstein, from Acrobat for Legal Professionals, takes a look at how PDF portfolios can be used for Case Analysis in a three part series.
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Adobe has released an update for Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Extended 3D. It is available for immediate download.
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This is pretty cool: Flex applications embedded in PDFs. When I first saw all of the new Flash and multimedia features announced in Acrobat 9 I was fairly dismissive, but recently I’ve seen some great work that people have been able to do with these new features, so I’m a lot less skeptical now.