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The PDF/VT Application Notes discuss topics that aid implementers of PDF/VT workflow tools and demonstrate the various design features of the PDF/VT file format. The document was developed by the PDF/VT Competence Center of the PDF Association, in clos …

The 2nd edition of PDF/UA is a minor revision, but what’s more exciting is that it conforms to PDF/UA!. Developers interested in accessible PDF should acquire it without delay.

On June 18 David van Driessche held an English webinar focusing on how to use pdfToolbox Server in more advanced ways – knowing how pdfToolbox Server works with hot folders is a prerequisite. It might be a good idea to watch these former webinars about …

Each year on 14 October the World Standards Day is celebrated.

Information plays a central role in society today, and it is becoming more and more common for that information to be offered in digital form alone. The reliable, user-friendly Portable Document Format (PDF) has become the world’s file type of choice for providing information as a digital document.

Für viele Menschen, zum Beispiel mit Sehbehinderung, blieb das Dateiformat PDF lange Zeit unzugänglich, da PDF ursprünglich auf die visuelle Präsentation fokussiert war.

As Adobe Systems’ 1993-published Portable Document Format (PDF) grew in popularity, users and developers began to recognise its potential for long-term archiving.

PDF/A is a multi-part ISO standard developed over many years of committee work by industry associations, businesses and public authorities around the world.

The International Organization for Standardization has published PDF/A-3 as ISO 19005-3:2012.

This time at a full TC 171 meeting, PDF Week for the spring of 2012 provided developments in each of the international standards managed by ISO’s TC 171. PDF Association members are encouraged to get involved! The next PDF Week is scheduled for September 10-14 in Berlin.