Adobe's CEO Bruce Chizen this week during a Q&A session at the American Association of Publishers was quoted as saying, "We're changing the experience of Acrobat Reader." Chizen went on to say that Adobe is aiming to take advantage of the growing numbers of people who access the Web through non-PC devices than PC devices in the next five years.
This week in PDF sees another company announcing support for Adobe's deluxe Acrobat product, Acrobat 3D, while Premier Assistive Technology teams with the University System of Georgia to make PDF documents more accessible.
This week in PDF sees the release of new and updated software focused on PDF forms and PDF maps, while an update to a desktop publishing application adds support for the simple creation of rich PDF presentations.
This week in PDF sees the Ghent PDF Workgroup (GWG) release a quartet of new PDF print standards, the birth of a new startup to offer 3D PDF services and FormRouter renews its license to provide Reader Extensions services.
Since last time, UNIVERSE Software has reduced the risk of being locked-out of one's PDF documents, while Bluebeam Software has updated its PDF manipulation solution and PDF Conference 2007 has officially opened for registrations.
Over the last month or so, Adobe has been earning column inches for all the wrong reasons, with security experts uncovering several vulnerabilities. This week in PDF, Adobe releases a fix for these issues and announces the formal release of a new service. To round out the week's news, Planet PDF welcomes a new major sponsor to the fold.
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.