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[29 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

Foxit Corporation announced the release of Foxit Reader 4.0, its new upgraded version of feature-rich PDF reader for Microsoft Windows. Foxit Reader 4.0 is a free alternative to other commercial applications on Windows platform.

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[1 Mar 2010 | One Comment | ]

UNIVERSE Software GmbH, the vendor for PDF solutions, announced the Version 9.0 of its pdf-Office Professional with integrated JavaScript Interpreter that supports Standard JavaScript and most of Adobe’s proprietary JavaScript functions.

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[21 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]

soft Xpansion, the vendor for PDF software, published multi-language versions of its freeware PDF software products – Perfect PDF Master and Perfect PDF Reader in nine languages, and Perfect DocuReader in two languages.

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[5 May 2009 | No Comment | ]

PDF Escape now supports Unicode characters allowing PDF users worldwide to edit and fill-up PDF documents using their own languages.

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[20 Jan 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
PDFScripting.com Demonstrates How To Copy PDF Scripts

Thom Parker, CEO of WindJack Solutions has been developing world-class plug-ins for Adobe-related products since 1997. He’s been kind enough to to provide us with a tip from his website pdfscripting.com. This tip is designed at showing you how you to effectively copy PDF Scripts from one PDF to another.

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[8 Jan 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve worked with PDF and JavaScript, but I always remember that with a bit of patience and know-how, you really could accomplish some pretty amazing tasks. I asked my friend Thom Parker, CEO of pdfscripting.com and WindJack Solutions sent me through a tip on using a calculation to hide/show a form field.

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[28 Dec 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

Duff Johnson has put together some tips on how to save PDF forms in Adobe Reader over on his PDF Perspectives blog. Plus 4xPDF has some additional tips on how you can fill out PDF forms cheaply or for free.

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[19 Nov 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

Question: I am looking for a solution to meet the following requirements. We need a solution that turns our paper based forms into fillable PDF forms and then lets us put these PDF forms on our website with a connection to our database. We would prefer one application or solution that meets all of these requirements and it needs to be part of an automated work flow. What do you suggest?

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[21 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Don Fluckinger of PDFzone.com reports that the latest Web-browser from Google, Chrome, is still yet to support Fast Web View (as well as forms submissions and online collaboration).

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[28 Jun 2008 | No Comment | ]

Nitro PDF Software have released version 5.4 of Nitro PDF Professional and it includes enhanced PDF forms, more accurate PDF to Word conversion and content editing, amongst other improvements. Read more:

Nitro PDF Professional available for immediate Free Download
An introduction to forms in Nitro Pro 5.4
Nitro PDF Professional 5.4 Release Enhances PDF Forms and Content Editing
Nitro PDF Software updates Nitro PDF Professional

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[19 Feb 2007 | Comments Off on Why Optimizing for fast web view is not optimal for forms | ]

I recently stumbled across a very insightful post by Max Wyss about “one of the little secrets of Acrobat since version 4″, which could be very useful for anyone who creates PDF forms for the web. Basically, if you create a PDF form for the web and you save the document with “Optimize for Fast Web View” turned on, then it has the opposite affect and actually makes the PDF form slower to load in a browser.
To find out the reason for this, read the full article here.
All this fast that …