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[26 Feb 2010 | One Comment | ]

Maybe you have done some presentation slides that you want to share but don’t want to be modified for example. For this purpose, the solution might to go with PDF.

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[11 Sep 2008 | One Comment | ]

On Wednesday, September 17, 2008, The Acrobat User Community Team will be hosting an eSeminar on how to drop a flash file inside a PDF without the need for any additional media players.

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[4 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

Ever encounter the problem where you’re reading, writing, and publishing more than one document at the same time?  
Rhetorical question!
You know the scenario — you’ve got multiple windows open — all stacked on top of each other, you’re alt-tabbing applications to the point of arth-thumb-ritis. Even with 2 x 21″ screens and your Intel® Core™2 Extreme processor QX9770, you feel like you’re driving your Ferrari F430 Spider with the hand-break on.
Well, a quick and easy solution to this problem is to pick yourself up a copy of Desktop Rover™ v4.0. You will need multiple …

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[26 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

The Microsoft Small Business Center has published 6 tips for a ‘paperless’ office. Here’s a summary:

Without paper, make sure you’re backing up files.
Realize that a paperless office doesn’t happen overnight.
You’ll need to rearrange your office.
“Paperless” often really means “less paper”.
Everyone has to buy in.
Realize that less paper is just the beginning of the payoff.

Personally I think points 1, 3 and 4 are the most important.
If you’re storing all of your important files on a computer, and you aren’t backing them up on a different hard disk, …

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[19 Aug 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

If you’re sick of waiting for PDFs to load in your browser or downloading them to your desktop, then check out PdfMeNot.com. This site helps you to quickly view PDFs — without a PDF Reader insight — by converting the PDFs to Flash documents and then quickly displaying the result in your browser.
My first thought when I saw this website was — wow, these guys must really not like PDFs — but after using it a few times I can see that it could be useful for some people, especially …

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[19 May 2008 | No Comment | ]

Ever since the PDF format came into existence people have extolled it’s potential as an alternative to paper documents. But we don’t live in a completely electronic world, so from time to time, we’re forced to print our PDF documents to paper. Upto this point there hasn’t really been a product that focuses on reducing potential waste in PDF documents that could be printed to paper. This is where GreenPrint comes in.
From printgreener.com:
GreenPrint eliminates wasteful pages in any printout automatically, saving you time and money, and maybe more importantly, saving …

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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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[12 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

Adobe PDF security flaw: This weeks PDF related headlines have been dominated by a recently uncovered vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat. The vulnerability was discovered by Petko Petkov, a security researcher, who seems to have a knack for discovering high profile flaws. In response, Adobe Systems have released a security advisory that provides details on how users can hack their registry to protect themselves. The vulnerability only affects machines that are using the combination of Windows XP and Internet Explorer 7. Adobe will release a patch before the end …