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In this part of ‘Twenty Years of PDF/X’, Dov Isaacs explores how PDF/X tamed PostScript and its impact on the publishing industry.
This is the first of a four part series of articles examining the path leading to today’s PDF/X standards.
axaio MadeToPrint Server supports Adobe’s newest InDesign Server version 2022 (v17.0).
Dietrich von Seggern from callas software explains PDF standards with a focus on the newest standards.
Dietrich von Seggern describes optimal uses of automation in label printing and discusses the integration of print processing steps in PDF production workflows.
Doing PDF right means being aware of errata for PDF 2.0. With over 65 issues now resolved and approved by the PDF Association’s PDF TWG, the body of knowledge in the “PDF Issues” GitHub repo is already significant.
callas software’s pdfToolbox has passed the critical test for determining quality displaying of PDF/X-4 documents and is fully compliant with the Ghent PDF Output Suite 5.
callas software today released version 10.2 of its pdfaPilot product line, which supports the only-just-released 64-bit version of Adobe Acrobat for Windows.
The software is freely scalable and can therefore be quickly and easily adapted to the current situation depending on the volume of documents and number of users.
The powerful MadeToPrint token engine allows you to set up variable output workflows. There are almost no limits to configuring tailor-made process steps.