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Next PDF Conference set for Baltimore on Sept. 13-14

April 21, 2004

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The PDF Conference, hosted by Carl Young and DigPub Solutions Corp., has announced dates and an east-coast location for the next incarnation of the popular educational event. The "Best Acrobat/PDF Education Available Anywhere" will be held at the Baltimore, MD Convention Center on September 13 & 14, 2004.

Organizers are currently soliciting feedback from potential attendees to help determine content of the next conference. Organizers have posted the following surveys:

  • Acrobat User
  • PDF in Business and Government
  • PDF in Printing and Creative Arts
  • PDF Special Interest

Carl Young book As an added incentive, the conference will be giving away two copies (in each category) of Carl Young's forthcoming "Adobe Acrobat 6: Getting Professional Results from Your PDFs" book to randomly-selected entrants.

Planet PDF is a founding sponsor of and active participant in the PDF Conference, which was most recently held in Anaheim, CA in November 2003. Speaker presentations from that and all previous versions of the event are available for download from Planet PDF.

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