Monthly Archives: January 2018

Migrating your archive? Now’s the time to convert to PDF/A

It’s no secret that archive migration is a potentially complex and expensive undertaking. You’ve got a lot to consider, beyond merely copying over your documents. Whatever your reason for migrating your archive, now’s the time to convert your documents to ...

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Get ready for PDF Day in Washington DC, January 29 2018

Each year, this PDF Association event brings government, industry experts, vendors and managers together to discuss the importance and utility of the Portable Document Format, its various ISO standards, and the wide-ranging technologies available to government workflows. This year is no ...

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What makes PDF a stand-out format?

PDF files deliver a complete package of information that defines a document; everything that’s needed to represent the text, graphics and layout that your audience receives. Many still think of PDF as “electronic paper,” essentially a digital version of a ...

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How to use metadata in PDF files

by Eric Mc Guire, Support Engineer Your PDF documents are only as good as your users’ ability to find them so they can make use of the information within them. That’s where metadata can help. Metadata means ‘data about data’. ...

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Add Bookmarks to Make Your PDF Easier to Navigate

Anyone who has used a PDF Reader extensively knows how difficult it can be to navigate a document that is hundreds or thousands of pages long. Bookmarking to the rescue! Bookmarking your PDF—and even creating a bookmarked Table of ...

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