This summer release of Qoppa’s Java PDF Component suite (v2017R1) adds 4k high resolution display support and tons of improvements to the PDF annotation feature. Qoppa’s PDF components user interface was revised to automatically scale depending on the …
When publishing documents online, you have to operate under the assumption that someone, somewhere, has made a copy of it and that it will exist forever. Because of that, we need to take extra care to remove sensitive data from those files before they …
callas software is inviting all interested parties to a VIP Event for the print and publishing sector. The event will be held on November 6-8, 2017 in Vienna. The first two days of the event will consist of a number of presentations providing detailed advice and information, including news from the world of PDF standards and callas pdfToolbox. November 8 will then provide an intensive training on specific challenges posed by attendees.
The VIP Event for Print & Publishing is an educational event organized by axaio, callas and Four Pees. Originally targeted at resellers and integrators, it has become an open event for anyone who wants to acquire in-depth knowledge and get hands-on experience with callas pdfToolbox, pdfaPilot or pdfChip, axaio MadeToPrint or MadeToTag, Insoft Imp, FileTrain, iC3D, tFLOW, or any of the other products distributed by Four Pees.
callas software, market leader for automated PDF quality control and archival solutions, today releases version 9.3 of its showpiece pdfToolbox. This update contains small but significant new features to make your life easier.
PDF Assiciation publication about PDF/X. 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.
callas software, market leader for automated PDF quality control and archival solutions, today releases version 9.2 of its pdfToolbox product line. The main new feature in pdfToolbox 9.2 is the ability to search for fix-ups, checks, profiles … across multiple libraries, but a host of smaller features can be found throughout the product.