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[1 Sep 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

There’s a few online services that offer free PDF creation, but there are barely any that offer free online PDF editing, like PDFHammer does. It allows you to merge PDF files together, reorder and delete pages, apply password-based security and add and edit document metadata fields like author, title, subject and keywords.
All from the comfort of your browser, without having to download anything to your desktop. Pretty cool.

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[31 Aug 2008 | One Comment | ]

Rosebud PLM has moved to the next level with its WYSIWYG collaboration tool, Rosebud, based around Adobe PDF.
They announce that:

…”our unique method of collaboration on the Web — ‘Method and Software for enabling N-way collaboration work over the network for computers’ is officially designated as ‘patent pending’.”

and that….
Rosebud enables full lifecycle document review and supports both concurrent and independent collaboration in single platform independent software solution.

I have not had a chance to spend a great deal of time working with Rosebud myself — other than the original demo …

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[21 Jul 2007 | Comments Off on Whenever I edit my PDFs they triple in size! | ]

It’s an issue that causes heart palpation’s for new users of PDFs every day. You spend two hours primping and pruning your PDF document — editing a word here, adding a comment there — and then save your document and try to attach it to an email message only to discover that it’s file size has tripled and your email client won’t accept it. What the hell is this crap you scream!?
In a fit you shoot off an email to some forum in cyberspace, begging for help and …