In an archival project it may be important that the archival PDFs do comply also with PDF/X to make sure that they can be output on a high end printing device – today or in the future. In many such projects questions arise about what are the differences between the two PDF based ISO standards and the following brief overview should shed some light on this. How can compliance with PDF/A and PDF/X be achieved at the same time in a single file? [...]
PDF/A Competence Center Expands to PDF Association to Cover ALL Open International Standards for PDF!
The PDF/A Competence Center is now part of a larger organization dedicated to promoting International Standards for PDF. As the PDF Association, numerous world-leading companies and experts in PDF technology will exchange information and experiences about all PDF standards, including PDF/A, PDF/VT, PDF/UA and more. [...]
Interested engineers, scientists and others with a stake in the future of dynamic electronic document technology should get involved with the PDF/E Committee and help fashion the next-generation of scientific, technical and engineering publishing. [...]
Topics include the PDF/A Competence Center extending its range at CeBIT and PDF/A around the world. Technically the PDF/A standard is very much a global truth. But the way different companies, associations and governments decide to use the standard differs substantially and that is reflected in how quickly and thoroughly the ISO standard is adopted locally. In most projects around the wold people remain very focused on the archival side of the problem and miss other opportunities as a result. What are you missing? [...]