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Version 1.18 of veraPDF, the industry-supported PDF/A validator, is now available for download, and now includes support for PDF/UA-1 (machine checks) and other enhancements.
The PDF community was saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Chuck Geschke, one of the visionaries who helped invent PostScript and PDF technology.
The Technical University of Dresden has created very compact and clear instructions that describe in an easy-to-understand manner how to create accessible PDF documents.
A recent article on Medium reveals a nugget regarding PDF usage: “…Adobe reports that in its 2020 fiscal year alone, about 303 billion PDFs were opened using its Document Cloud service, a 17% annual increase….” As the article rightly points …
A brief survey of ISO 32000-2:2020 and its associated subset standards for archiving, print, transactional and variable print and raster imaging.
The 2020 edition includes a number of critical updates to normative references as well as other corrections and clarifications. It replaces the 2017 edition.
The US National Archives and Records Administration’s new proposal for standardization of digitization of permanent federal records is available for comment.
Google’s Chrome browser now creates tagged PDF files when the “Save as PDF” option is selected (Control / Command-P).
The latest release of the industry-supported PDF/A validator has been released. An open source project developed by the Open Preservation Foundation and the PDF Association, veraPDF includes four components: The implementation checker validating all parts and conformance levels of ISO 19005 …
The objective of the draft report on archiving email with PDF is to describe how advanced PDF-based capture, preservation, rendering, and distribution options for email can deliver long-term value to organizations, communities, and everyday users.