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Archive: Forms & FDF

XML & PDF: Competitors or Complementary?

Hans Hartman

PDF and XML will be the main themes at Seybold Seminars Amsterdam 2004 event, being held April 18-21.

Enterprise & Government   March 05, 2004

Adobe seeking beta testers for XML/PDF form designer software

Dan Shea

Adobe Systems is soliciting prospective beta testers for a future release of XML/PDF form designer software. According to the company's Web site, the testing with selected, qualified participants will begin on or after March 8.

Developer   February 18, 2004

Adobe to host free Developer Workshop in NYC during AIIM 2004

Kurt Foss

Adobe Systems is offering a free, three-hour workshop on March 9 in New York City -- in conjunction with the AIIM 2004 conference -- for developers currently working with, or interested in developing with, PDF and/or XML. Conference registration is not required to attend Adobe's hands-on seminar.

Developer   February 14, 2004

Adobe adds Chicago stop to eForms workshops for PDF developers

Kurt Foss

Adobe Systems has added a Chicago stop in April to its previously announced series of half-day workshops on "eForms & Web Services Interoperability" aimed at PDF developers working with PDF and/or XML. Space is limited, so register soon!

Developer   February 14, 2004

Free Acumen Journal newsletter for Feb. 2004

Kurt Foss

The current issue of John Deubert's free monthly newsletter features articles on "Acrobat 6 Preflighting" for Acrobat users and "Setpagedevice and Mysteriously Blank Pages" for PostScript techies; also included are dates for upcoming classes on the same technologies offered by Deubert and Acumen Training.

Developer   February 03, 2004

Next Generation eForms: PDF, Infopath or ...?

Kurt Foss

Jon Udell, lead analyst of the InfoWorld Test Center, writes in recently on the advantages of electronic forms, comparing and contrasting solutions from four companies -- including Adobe (PDF) and Microsoft (Infopath).

Enterprise & Government   January 26, 2004

Federal court report suggests Microsoft targeting Adobe, Acrobat

Kurt Foss

Massachusetts is the lone state still pursuing harsher punishment for Microsoft's antitrust violations, having not agreed to the previous settlement terms between the software company, the Department of Justice and a number of other states. Late last week the Massachusetts attorney general filed a court report alleging that Microsoft is continuing its monopolistic practices by stifling competition with several Internet search engines and with a similar campaign against Adobe Acrobat/PDF.

Enterprise & Government   January 20, 2004

Feature(s) you'd like to see in future Acrobat?

Kurt Foss

You don't need to be an official Adobe beta tester to be able offer feature suggestions on future product releases, including Acrobat or the free Reader. Provide your feedback -- description and reasoning -- via an form (HTML).

Enterprise & Government   January 16, 2004

Las Vegas-area district court offers interactive PDF forms

Kurt Foss

Discounting the apparent joke wedding and annulment that made news in Las Vegas last weekend, the popular tourist area is considered one of the top destinations for getting hitched. The local district court does its part, making a wide assortment of relevant information -- including PDF-based marriage application forms -- available online.

Enterprise & Government   January 07, 2004

Top 25 Acrobat/PDF products for 2003 at PDF Store

We've expanded our monthly Top 10 best-selling products list to highlight the 25 top-selling Acrobat/PDF-oriented plug-ins, applications and solutions for the past year. Free demos are available of most products, so you can test drive them yourself to see why they're popular with many users.

Enterprise & Government   January 07, 2004

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