PDF Day - Seybold Seminars Boston
Tuesday, February 8, 2000
Presented by: David Zwang and Karl De Abrew
Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) is now one of the
standard interchange formats for the graphic arts industry. But
PDF is much more than a graphic arts format. Its application and
platform-independence have allowed PDF to rapidly become a de
facto standard for document distribution. Its forms, indexing and
annotation features, along with support for sound and moving
images, can bring documents to life. With all of this, is PDF ideal
for all forms of electronic document publishing?
We've got four objectives for PDF day:
to give you a clear sense of where the Portable Document
Format is now, and where it's going.
to bring you up-to-date on some of the most important features and advantages of this format.
to show you the full range of third-party tools for PDF.
to instill in you a sense of how PDF is being used by
publishers, printers, and corporate enterprise users, whether
for electronic or print applications, and to consider how it
will be used in the future.
PDF Day remains Seybold's most popular one-day seminar. Join
moderators David Zwang and Karl De Abrew for this updated survey
of the state of the Portable Document Format.
PDF: The #1 Document Format for Today and Tomorrow?
PDF and the Publisher
PDF in the Corporate Enterprise
Seven Minutes with a PDF Developer