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DSI releases Reflow Optimization Service for PDF

December 06, 2005

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Document Solutions, Inc. (DSI), has announed the immediate availability of Reflow Optimization Services for PDF. While there is a Reflow function available in Adobe Acrobat Professional, this alone is only reliable for relatively simple documents.

"Document Solutions has extended our existing expertise in tagging PDF files to the content level itself," Johnson stated. "Adobe Reader for PocketPC, Palm OS and Symbian OS all use Reflow to deliver PDF files on their small screens, and Document Solutions provides Reflow Optimization services to ensure that the results are professional in appearance," he said.

"Acrobat includes all the necessary tools to manage reading-order, but the workflows are complex and painstaking -- even for us," Johnson said. "DSI takes the guesswork out, and gives our clients the assurance they need that their documents can be maximally accessible without the delays and expense of creating the expertise necessary to do it all in-house."

The Reflow Optimization Service is currently available and interested parties can contact DSI for a free evaluation.

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