The makers of Acrobat's preflight engine, callas software, have released the third generation of callas pdfToolbox to a growing interest among industry professionals in prepress and print. This review by Filipe Pereira Martins and Anna Kobylinska of Soft1T Consulting provides an in-depth look at the new product suite from callas software.
Christopher Smith, Aquent Graphics Institute, graciously made time to speak with Planet PDF in regard to the upcoming conference and giving us an insider's view on what will most likely be yet another great PDF conference for all!
As the technology of e-signatures continues to grow and as the use expands, more and more companies are turning to this affordable signature automation application as a way to "virtually ink" all their business documents.
Thad McIlroy talks about the pricing for Adobe's latest version of Acrobat and discusses whether this expense is justified for existing customers. McIlroy also assesses Adobe's "Top 10" reasons for making the switch.
This is the third in a series of three tutorials from Right Hemisphere's Lars Olson. This tutorial will focus on creating custom 3D PDF templates inside Acrobat 3D with Right Hemisphere's PDF Publishing and PMI Modules.
This is the second in a series of three tutorials from Right Hemisphere's Lars Olson. This tutorial will focus on sharing a 3D model with PMI specifications, and is aimed at anyone involved in a manufacturing workflow.
Is PDF living up to Adobe's one-time claim of being "Everywhere you look"? At first glance, it looks as though that statement may be truer than was originally intended, thanks to the 500-pound gorilla of Internet search. The most public "private" beta this writer has ever encountered -- Google's "Gmail" email service -- offers a "View as HTML" function that may circumvent usage restrictions on some PDF documents.
With Acrobat 3D, its newest addition to the Acrobat family, Adobe pushed the envelope of PDF capabilities. Adobe Acrobat 3D expands next-generation PDF workflow into the 3D worlds of Manufacturing and AEC (architecture, engineering and construction). This review by Filipe Pereira Martins and Anna Kobylinska of Soft1T Consulting provides an in-depth look at the youngest Acrobat.
Ever wondered what all the fuss was about with document security? This article by Vitrium Systems President and CTO Narayan Sainaney explains the basic principles behind encryption, key length and certificate security, exploring the relative merits of each.
The acquisition of Macromedia by Adobe is now complete, and the combined company can now get down to the serious business of integrating its operations. What will be the face of this new, "Macrobe?" Dan Shea speculates in his latest editorial.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.