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PDF/X in a Nutshell
Author: PDF Association

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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.

PDF/UA in a Nutshell
Author: PDF Association

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ISO 14289-1, more commonly known as PDF/UA, was first published in the summer of 2012 as the first complete definition of a set of requirements for universally accessible PDF documents. Rather than applying to the PDF file format alone, these specifications also define compliant assistive technology and PDF reading software.

PDF/A in a Nutshell 2.0
Author: PDF Association

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PDF/A is an ISO standard for using the PDF format for long-term archiving of digital documents. Since its publication in 2005, PDF/A has become the format of choice for archiving digital documents in a wide range of industries and applications. “PDF/A …

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Contents What you need to know about PDF/A and PDF/A-2 Legal Certainty Accessibility and Metadata Archives & Libraries Public Administration Business to Consumer The Portable Document Format – developed by Adobe Systems and first published in 1993 …

Introducción al PDF/A
Author: PDF Association

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El PDF/A es el PDF para el archivado a largo plazo. El PDF/A que fue aprobado a finales de 2005, es el primer formato de archivo que ya es un estándar ISO, garantiza que los documentos que se crean hoy, también sea posible abrirlos y utilizarlos en el …

PDF/A kompakt
Author: PDF Association

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PDF/A is the PDF for the long-term archiving. PDF/A – adopted in late 2005 – is the first file format as an ISO standard guarantees that are now open documents created in the future and use. “PDF / A in a Nutshell”, the user gets a behind the scenes of …