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Law Firms and “Near to PDF/A” Documents


If you work in the legal profession and you’re seeing that the U.S. Courts moving to PDF/A and want to follow the trend, Adobe’s Rick Borstein offers some tips. Borstein says, “I do not advise law firms to use PDF/A all of the time. PDF/A view mode in Acrobat will not allow you to do many of the day to day edits you need. For example, if you want insert pages in a PDF/A document, PDF/A View mode will prevent the change. Instead, I advise creating PDF documents using a PDF Setting which is easy to conform later to PDF/A. “


Author: Shawna McAlearney
Date: November 21, 2011

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Law Firms and “Near to PDF/A” Documents

If you work in the legal profession and you’re seeing that the U.S. Courts moving to PDF/A and want to follow the trend, Adobe’s Rick Borstein offers some tips.

Borstein says, “I do not advise law firms to use PDF/A all of the time. PDF/A view mode in Acrobat will not allow you to do many of the day to day edits you need. For example, if you want insert pages in a PDF/A document, PDF/A View mode will prevent the change. Instead, I advise creating PDF documents using a PDF Setting which is easy to conform later to PDF/A. ”

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