Adobe has begun staggered release of Acrobat X, with the first products available October 18. The upgraded family of products promise improved security with sandboxing, user collaboration, and a more integrated PDF experience.
Facebook Docs, built in collaboration between Facebook and Microsoft, now offers support for PDF files. Once uploaded, PDFs become viewable online via an Silverlight-based viewer and can be shared with friends.
DistributorX announced that it is offering a new Print Production Bundle to the Printers and Graphic designers in North American market. The new bundle includes Enfocus PDF Preflight and Editing products, Dynagram's PDF imposition software, PitStop Pro 10 and inpO2 PDF imposition software.
iAnnotate PDF has become the first iPad app to be required in Stanford University's medical school. The app is being used as a teaching and collaboration tool, allowing users take notes, highlight and underline in PDF documents, and share annotated PDFs via email, iTunes sync, Dropbox or VGA output.
This week in PDF has seen an update to a developer component that allows developers to build PDF editing features into their applications, the release of another component that adds HTML-to-PDF conversion. Additionally, an update to an iPad PDF viewer adds PDF annotation functionality.
SWING Software has announced the release of SWING PDF Converter 2.0 -- a software tool for Lotus Notes email and document archiving, sharing and web printing. Notes users will be happy to see that the converter can be easily deployed as a toolbar add-on.
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.