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[31 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Do you want to learn how to create high-quality digital documents from paper documents? If you replied with an emphatic yes, then I’ve got the perfect article for you. A guide to sharing documents takes you through the entire process: from getting the best results when scanning, to explaining the OCR’ing process and finally a demonstration on how to the best results when converting the scanned image to PDF.
This guide specializes on how to produce a digital document that is worth sharing. Namely the technical aspect, the trade-off between quality …

Acrobat Plug-in, Document Management, General News »

[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 …

Document Management, Editorials, General News »

[19 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Over the past three years the California Research Center has been working on what they say is a radically simple approach to personal document management.
They call this “Save everything!”
Unlike most document management systems, Save Everything! is primarily focused on capturing information that runs through hardware systems, such as printers, copiers, and fax machines … with ‘zero effort’.
Their report states that:
Overall, we captured 38,384 documents comprising 152,251 pages and saved them in 12 Gbytes of disk space.
One of the key features was the method of retrieval without worrying about paths, …

Ebooks, General News »

[18 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Whilst we’re on the ebook theme, and PDF-based at that — if you already haven’t, it’s definitely worth taking the time to download a copy of Scott Adam’s God’s Debris as an eBook (PDF of course).
Published free for electronic download — it’s been so successful that it made its way over the electron-to-paper divide for sale at Amazon as a printed book (and other bookstores too), with new copies almost $11 including shipping.
But you’re free to shoot the PDF around to as many of your friends as you like, in …

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[27 Jun 2007 | 3 Comments | ]

Word processor documents are for authoring, PDF documents are for sharing. It’s a fairly simple concept, to which even the developers of these Word Processors have cottoned on to. Yet there are still users who insist on sharing their Word processor documents with colleagues, colleagues who do not need to make changes to the document and are only reviewing them, in this authoring format, instead of converting these document into a file sharing format, like PDF.
Is there really any excuse for this given that most decent Word Processors include support for export to PDF? Here is …