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Deriving HTML from PDF

PDF in general PDF/UA

This document describes an algorithm for producing conforming HTML from a well-tagged PDF document. HTML was chosen as a derivation target because HTML is consumed on all platforms and supported …



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4th International PDF/A Conference Proceedings

Contents What you need to know about PDF/A and PDF/A-2 Legal Certainty Accessibility and Metadata Archives & Libraries Public Administration Business to Consumer The Portable Document Format – developed by Adobe Systems and first published in 1993 – offers a …



Introducción al PDF/A (Español)

El PDF/A es el PDF para el archivado a largo plazo. El PDF/A que fue aprobado a finales de 2005, es el primer formato de archivo que ya es un estándar ISO, garantiza que los documentos que se crean hoy, …



The PDF/A elevator pitch

The “PDF/A Elevator Pitch” gives a short introduction of PDF/A. http://youtu.be/fsBWB5DSwG4



PDF/A kompakt

PDF/A is the PDF for the long-term archiving. PDF/A – adopted in late 2005 – is the first file format as an ISO standard guarantees that are now open documents created in the future and use. “PDF / A in …



ISO 24517 (PDF/E)

ISO 24517 defines a file format for the exchange of engineering documents based on the PDF format. It is a multi-part standard with subsequent parts expected to address future workflow and data requirements. PDF/E improves document exchange, collaboration, and print accuracy within …



ISO 32000-1 (PDF 1.7)

ISO 32000-1 is the first ISO specification for PDF. The document is an ISO formalization of Adobe’s own PDF Reference 1.7, and is technically identical to the Adobe document. On submission of PDF 1.7 to ISO for standardization in 2007, …



Technical Note 0009: XMP Extension Schemas in PDF/A-1

This TechNote explains how to construct an XMP extension schema for PDF/A-1. It complements TechNote 0008: Predefined XMP Properties in PDF/A-1. Both TechNotes should be used in combination as follows: If metadata requirements for PDF/A-1 documents arise, first consult the …



Technical Note 0008 – Predefined XMP Properties in PDF/A-1

This TechNote lists all XMP schemas and properties which are allowed in PDF/A-1. Most importantly, it covers the predefined XMP schemas for use in PDF/A-1. In addition to providing a convenient summary, it also contains notes and recommendations regarding the …



Technical Note 0003 – Metadata in PDF/A-1

PDF/A-1 imposes certain requirements and restrictions on document metadata in a compliant PDF/A-1 file where certain information is required to be encoded as XMP metadata, while corresponding entries in the document information dictionary for a document may be present but …



Technical Note 0001 – PDF/A-1 and Namespaces

A PDF/A-1 file must be identified as such by the presence of a certain entry in its XMP document metadata. In order to be able to retrieve this entry reliably, it is essential that all syntactical requirements for storing metadata …



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