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PDF/X Checkup

by Apago, Inc.

Platform(s): Win Mac
License: Commercial

Application type: Plug-in
Categories:
Editing & Management

Features

PDF/X-1 Checkup version 2.0 is an Acrobat plug-in that creates PDF/X-1 files and thoroughly checks files for compliance with all three conformance levels of the PDF/X-1 specification. If errors are found, PDF/X Checkup displays easy to understand messages. Checkup can also repair the PDF file to make it PDF/X-1 compliant.

New features in version 2.0 of PDF/X-1 Checkup include support for the newly approved ISO-approved conformance levels, PDF/X-1a:2001 and PDF/X-1:2001. Based on PDF 1.3, PDF/X-1a:2001 is designed for blind exchange and requires all font and graphic data to be included in the PDF file. PDF/X-1:2001 is designed for use when more cooperation is possible and allows for OPI image substitution.

PDF/X-1 Checkup is used in conjunction with Adobe(tm) Distiller(tm) to create PDF/X-1 compliant files from standard PDF files. The PDF/X-1 file format was designed specifically for reliable distribution of files for digital advertising and high quality printing. For information on the PDF/X-1 standard, visit www.ddap.org.

Features

  • Create PDF/X files from PDF.
  • Check PDF/X-1 files for compliance.
  • Repair non-compliant PDF/X-1 files.
  • Easy to understand error messages.
  • Simple to use Acrobat plug-in.

Documentation

You can download more information in PDF form from here.

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