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Primer: PDF/A for the Courts


An overview by John Heckman examines what PDF/A means for documents and whether it should be used for all documents without question. If you’re involved with filing documents in the US Courts, and you are unfamiliar with PDF/A, you need to read the article.


Author: Shawna McAlearney
Date: February 6, 2012

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Primer: PDF/A for the Courts

An overview by John Heckman examines what PDF/A means for documents and whether it should be used for all documents without question.

As he says, “PDF/A requires:
• No security is applied to document
• No embedded multimedia allowed
• No javascript allowed
• All fonts must be embedded
• No attachments allowed
• Transparency and Layers not allowed
• Portfolios not allowed
• Must be text searchable.”

Read the full article for more information.