Appligent Document Solutions (ADS) has announced that it has licensed Adobe Systems' PDF Library and will soon release updated versions of its existing products that incorporate the new technology. The Adobe PDF Library is also the core technology behind Adobe's flagship product, Adobe Acrobat.
This week in PDF has seen the announcement of new features in a PDF library, an update to a server-based PDF creation product for Mac systems and the publication of a new European standard for PDF signatures.
In a bumper week for PDF, the last seven days have seen updates to an automation tool and a map-creation utility, along with a slew of PDF editor-related releases. The week has also seen movement on the free PDF creation front and the launch of a new web-based Competence Center.
This week in PDF has seen the announcement of updates to server-based PDF creation and manipulation, and a standards body has released a new set of guidelines in response to recent changes to MS Office and Acrobat.
This week in PDF has seen updates to a PDF creation and editing application, a PDF/A validation and correction tool, and a developer library for converting PDF content into MS Office formats. The last seven days have also seen the announcement of a seminar on combining Acrobat 9 with professional desktop GIS software and a PDF-based email archiving tool for Lotus Notes.
This week in PDF has seen the release of a Mac-compatible version of a digital magazine production product, the launch of a secure PDF delivery service, and a pair of new RIPs that incorporate version 2 of Adobe's PDF Print Engine.
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.