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From not supporting signatures to security, OCR and metadata issues, the 10 biggest myths surrounding PDF/A are examined. Aren’t you curious to see what made our list?

June 20, 2011

PDF/A FAQ
June 20, 2011

What is PDF/A? What does PDF/A offer, and how can I access that value? Answers to these and other questions are provided.

June 20, 2011

Advantages of PDF/A
June 20, 2011

Electronic documents have countless advantages over traditional archiving formats (e.g. paper or microfilm). Improved accessibility alone may substantiate the implementation of an electronic archive. Wouldn’t you like to know more about the advantages of a PDF/A archive over a TIFF or a paper-based archive?

June 20, 2011

A survey of implementation examples of PDF/A from across industries. Examines standard eBilling in banks and insurance companies, digital format sustainability in archives and libraries, and other factors in the public sector and government.

June 20, 2011

If you’re considering PDF/A for your organization, Adlib Software has put together a whitepaper, PDF/A and the Document Retention Landscape. It offers guidance on what questions you need to ask to ensure long-term document accessibility, searchability and reliability.

June 16, 2011

The PDFlib Cookbook offers hands-on advice on creating a large number of invoices in a single PDF file by making use of either PDF/VT-1 or PDF/VT-2 features, or even shows how to wrap the data into a PDF/VT-2s-compliant MIME package, according to ISO 16612-2:2010 specification, Annex A.

June 16, 2011

An article by Marcus Schneider, SNIA Europe Board member, and Director of Product Marketing at Fujitsu for Storage Solutions, on the The Register website discusses role of PDF in “Retaining 100 years of information”. Schneider clearly concludes that it is essential to “Use widely-understood (and used) standards”.

June 15, 2011

In the area of group insurance, a wide variety of Microsoft Office documents from daily business transactions for creating proposals and managing portfolios of collective contracts are administered in Microsoft SharePoint. These documents were previously archived in TIFF format. By changing to a PDF/A conforming archive directly out of Microsoft SharePoint, Swiss Life intention is to make the documents text-searchable and, by means of a digital signature and time stamp, fulfill compliance requirements.

June 1, 2011

Using the print dialog box, in some cases, can allow you to save a subset of pages instead of the entire PDF.

May 27, 2011

Some smartphones, such as the Motorola Droid X for the Verizon network can’t open or display Adobe PDFs. According to eHow’s James Crider, Android Market now has a version of Adobe’s Acrobat Reader that allows a user to view and download PDFs.

May 25, 2011


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