After the second and final day of the Adobe Acrobat and PDF Conference, it's time to look back on the conference that was. Having been on the spot on the show floor of the exhibit hall, I can personally say that even on the traditionally quiet second day, the booth traffic was surprisingly good. Exhibitor Charles James of Quite Software gushed over his experience, "It was a great show, good quality people, and I had a great time."
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Global Graphics has unveiled Jaws PDF Server Toolkit, a powerful new tool for enterprise applications and workflows that incorporates the company's proven, robust PDF generation into server-based or end-user document workflow solutions.
Today marked the opening of the 3rd annual Adobe Acrobat and PDF Conference in Disney's Coronado Springs Resort. Despite the sunny Orlando weather, the delegates put aside the fun of the magic kingdom and got down to the serious business of PDF. Of course, that's not to say that the conference was without a little magic of its own.
Adobe Systems is offering a free workshop aimed at developers on April 28 in San Jose, CA, designed to discuss and demonstrate "how the integration of PDF and XML can reduce development time and increase the manageability of your enterprise applications."
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.