Tag Archives: ISO

Some PDF software might bypass your password protection, so here’s the right way to secure your PDFs

If you use any reputable PDF creation software, such as Foxit PhantomPDF or Adobe Acrobat, at some point, you may have seen this pop-up. All PDF creation software that “follows the rules”—aka, adheres to ISO standards—displays it. But if you ...

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Turn Outlook emails into PDFs

Foxit PhantomPDF lets you create PDF files from the entire Microsoft Office suite. And it automatically keeps bookmarks, links, hyperlinks, and outlines from your source files in those PDFs. Here’s how to do it for your Outlook email. Use the ...

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The basic cornerstone of PDF/A is simple: to create a universal archiving standard so that documents always retain their original format—even in an unforeseeable future where technology is always evolving. Since its rollout, two more updates have been added: ...

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How to archive with PDF/A

Nearly all industries require some level of logistics and paper-pushing. This means a daily incoming of documents in various digital and paper formats. Your task is to process the files and then archive them for organized recordkeeping. The task is ...

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PDF Days Europe is coming this May

There’s been 25 years of PDF, 10 years as an ISO standard, and now, we’re looking at the ascendance and future of the world’s electronic document format.   It all happens May 14-16 2018, in Berlin, Germany at PDF Days ...

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