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[21 Oct 2009 | No Comment | ]

According to the CEO of Cogniview, Yoav Eze, PDF2XL will be Windows 7 compatible at the time of launch, on October 22nd.

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[21 May 2009 | No Comment | ]

Drop by our sister site, 4XPDF for a quick top 7 reasons (and solutions) for what to do when your PDF will not open:
1. The display in browser feature is a dead duck.
2. Your PDF corrupted when you downloaded, and it’s stuck in the cache.
3. The PDF was damaged in the conversion process.
4.  You only have part of the file.
5. Your email scanner/spam agent renamed the PDF for security reasons.
6. Your PDF has an open-password.
7. Your PDF needs a custom security plug-in (usually for ebooks, corporate documents…)
Maybe next time, you shouldn’t leave …

General News, Windows 7 »

[21 May 2009 | One Comment | ]

How loudly have you screamed that (along with a few other things) when you decided to leave it until the last minute to complete your IRS tax forms. Here’s a few tips and tricks to make sure that your PDF *does* open…

Adobe Reader, Adobe Reader 9, Featured, Free, General News, Headline, Windows 7 »

[9 May 2009 | 27 Comments | ]
Adobe Reader + Windows 7 — Browser viewing still dead.

I’ve just loaded up the latest release candidate of Windows 7 Ultimate (version 6, build 7100) — it was an upgrade on the previous (semi-dead-like-a-slug) 32-bit Vista installation. Packed it with the latest Adobe Reader (9.1 at the time, and 42mb download) for Windows Vista. Tried my best to load a PDF online and … no change. Right now, if you’re looking for a solution, try Foxit Reader…

Acrobat 9, Adobe Acrobat, Featured »

[26 Jan 2009 | 83 Comments | ]

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.