The Portable Document Format (PDF) was born on 15 June, 1993 when Adobe Systems shipped Adobe Acrobat 1.0.
23 years and hundreds of billions of files later, PDF is the world’s chosen electronic document format; a universal choice for the fixed-layout, self-contained documents so vital to businesses across the globe.
The PDF Association delivers vital information about implementing PDF technology to software developers and IT decision makers.
The PDF Association helps document management and ECM implementers understand and leverage ISO-standardized PDF technology.
PDF Association members benefit from technical information, a developer community and direct access to the standards development process.
Enterprise systems implementers and end-users benefit from standardized PDF technology.
Creation of PDF/UA and PDF/A-3a documents.
Qoppa Software, a leading producer of PDF software, announces version 12 of PDF Studio, their powerful, easy to use PDF editor for Windows, Mac and Linux. PDF Studio 12 adds many new exciting features including PDF Imposition, Scanning Configuration, Excel to PDF Conversion, Page Resize, and 4K Display Support.
Solothurn’s hospitals needed a solution for the proper archiving of electronic case files in their system.
Product management and the engineering team recently put the finishing touches on a repackaging of the Adobe PDF Library deliverable, taking into account many of the changes that you suggested. With the latest v15.0.4PlusP2b release, learn about how we’ve reorganized the Adobe PDF Library deliverable.
Almost every user knows: a PDF viewer is not just a display tool for a well known document format. It provides many more functions, runs on many platforms, offers interfaces in many technologies and serves as an important component of many applications. When you look closer it is a true miracle.
2017 marks a record number of attendees / Experts shared fully-grounded wisdom on PDF standards across the two-day event Berlin. With over 200 attendees, this year’s PDF Days Europe in Berlin was a significant success with the largest attendance of any …
About 35 informative sessions across a wide range of topics, including the next-generation PDF project. Within the video frames you can use the red “play” button to get a short impression of the talk or can enjoy the high resolution version by clicking …
With more than 200 participants, this year’s PDF Days Europe was the largest to-date. Early feedback from attendees makes clear that it was also a great success.
PDF for printing – The ISO standard PDF/X was the first ISO standard based on PDF technology. A subset of the PDF specification, PDF/X was designed to constrain PDF files in order to cater to specific use-cases in the print industry. Content Introduc …
by Dietrich von Seggern Specialized ISO standards based on the Portable Document Format are available for a wide range of purposes. PDF Originally developed by Adobe Systems in 1993, PDF 1.7 became an open standard in 2008 as ISO 32000-1. PDF 2.0 will …
by Stephan Jaeggi PDF/X only defines the general requirements for a reliable exchange of prepress data; the ISO standard itself does not specify quality requirements. These requirements are different for each printing process (sheetfed offset, web offs …
PDF Association Board Member Hans-Joachim Hübner and Managing Director Thomas Zellmann presented the keynote speech PDF / A-3 as preservation format.
You missed the PDF Days Europe 2015? Never mind! Overview of the video recordings of the PDF Days Europe 2015
A single session was dedicated at each PDF Day to giving each sponsor no more than 4 minutes to introduce themselves and their organizations, and talk about what makes them different.
21 videos covering the sessions at PDF Day in December, 2014. Subjects range from accessibility to NARA’s transfer guidance, collaboration, and more.
On June 18 David van Driessche held an English webinar focusing on how to use pdfToolbox Server in more advanced ways – knowing how pdfToolbox Server works with hot folders is a prerequisite. It might be a good idea to watch these former webinars about …
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