Kas is always looking for ways to improve his -- and your -- script-writing skills and practices. He's got another shortcut that will cut down on your keystroking, and thus lessen the chance for the dreaded Script Typo.
With the corporate enterprise as a key market Adobe had in mind during the development of Acrobat 5.0, considerable effort went into expanding the product's capabilities for online workgroup collaborations. Last month The Seybold Report took a close look at the pros and cons, testing the setup and use of WebDAV (Web Document Authoring and Versioning) and PDF. We're re-publishing their detailed review with permission; the article is also available as a seven-page PDF.
View or download Thinking in Java (2nd Ed & 3rd Ed, beta). "What a magnificent book! It's got just the right balance between code and discussion, and the exercises are good. I've done all of them to the end of Ch. 10, and I feel like I'm making good progress with Java."
A textbook on machine organzation and assembly language programming developed by Randy Hyde for the CS 264 (Assembly Language Programming) at Cal Poly Pomona and CS 13 (Machine Organization and Assembly Language Programming) at UC Riverside.
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.