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Planet PDF to sponsor conference at Xplor's Global Document Exchange

September 20, 2005

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Xplor International today named Planet PDF as sponsor of the PDF Forum and Tutorials for Production Print -- a series of 21 educational sessions spanning four days at Xplor's Global Document Exchange, which is to be held from February 1-5, 2006 in Miami Beach, Florida. The sponsored event is in fact one of seven co-located conferences. Together, they aim to address the entire document lifecycle from creation to production, distribution and archival.

"We're honored to have Planet PDF join Xplor as a conference sponsor," said Skip Henk, EDP, president and CEO of Xplor International. "Our 2006 event is looking to be our best ever, as convergence has made it possible to intertwine these once unrelated industry sectors, providing attendees with an event that is education and exhibit oriented."

"PDFs have become critical to both electronic and printed mediums, marked by growth into key vertical markets," said Karl De Abrew, CEO of Planet PDF. "Xplor's expanded curriculum and co-location with Graphics of the Americas is a natural fit for Planet PDF and we look forward to the relationship."

More information on Xplor's Global Document Exchange can be found at www.xplor2006.org.

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