Tag Archives: PDF

The X Files: Acrobat Edition

A New Version of Acrobat Have you noticed that it’s been more than two years since the release of Adobe Acrobat 9? Usually, Adobe releases a new version every 18 to 24 months, so a new version has been overdue. … Continue reading

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Best Way to Learn Acrobat Scripting

Every now and then I come across the question “What is the best way to learn scripting for Adobe Acrobat? Are there any books or other resources averrable?”. After doing some research, I think I finally found the best resource … Continue reading

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Even More PDF Tools

I wrote about my favorite tools around the PDF file format in the past. It’s time to add a couple more items to the list. Over the last few months I’ve been working with two more products that I can … Continue reading

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Nuance PDF Reader

Nuance (the people behind OmniPage and Dragon Naturally Speaking and a bunch of other things) release a competitor to the free Adobe Reader – the free Nuance PDF Reader (http://www.nuance.com/imaging/products/pdf-reader.asp). The feature list looks very promising: Fill and save PDF … Continue reading

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AnyBizSoftware PDF To PowerPoint Converter – Free Today – Expired!

Converting PDF documents to PowerPoint presentations is probably not something you need every day. I think I needed it once when the original PowerPoint file of a presentation I needed to give was no longer available, but the PDF file … Continue reading

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Teaching Adobe Reader a Few New Tricks

Have you ever tried to fill a PDF form in Adobe Reader and to then save that filed document to your hard disk? Did it work? Chances are that it did not. Have you ever thought about why the Adobe … Continue reading

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Acrobat/PDF Tip: Converting a Document to PDF

Have you ever needed a PDF version of a document, but you either did not have the correct source application (e.g. MS Word, PowerPoint, …), or you didn’t have access to a PDF converter (even though the free PrimoPDF is … Continue reading

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More Interactive Dynamic Stamps in Seven Easy Steps

A while ago I tried to create an interactive dynamic stamp in Acrobat. These are dynamic stamps (like for example a stamp that automatically puts the current date into a field that is part of the stamp), but with a … Continue reading

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Acrobat Plug-Ins

If you’ve seen my resume – or talked to me lately, you know that I create Acrobat plug-ins for a living. When people hear that, they usually think something like “Don’t forget to pick up the dry cleaning” or “I … Continue reading

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