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April 17, 2006

Create Adobe PDF Online – New Beta Service

I’m excited to announce we’ve added a new service to our online service for creating PDF files. It’s called Protect an Adobe PDF and is available as beta to all current paid subscribers of Create PDF Online. Behind the scenes we’re hosting a cluster of Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server and Security Server nodes. When you want to protect or revoke access to the PDF you are creating, the service will set the PDF security settings to match your policy. The settings can changed dynamically for all copies, even after you have distributed them. Feel free to experiment with the 5 pre-defined policies or create one of your own. The recipient of the PDF file will only need Acrobat or Adobe Reader 7 to access the file. Best bet – watch the video, read the FAQ and then try the service.

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April 7, 2006

Adobe PDF Print Engine introduced at IPEX

For anyone that knows me personally, pre-press & print production are not my strengths, however, I wanted to let you know about a new technology that we introduced this week at IPEX in the UK. At IPEX, we are hosting two full theatre sessions each day which are devoted to discussion of the Adobe PDF Print Engine and one session each day is dedicated to discussion of reliable PDF creation for print publishing workflows.

For further info on the Adobe PDF Print Engine, see http://www.adobe.com/products/pdfprintengine/main.html.

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April 1, 2006

Acrobat 3D Workshop

Acrobat 3D, introduced in January, is the newest member of the Acrobat family. If you’re in North America and interested in taking a look at the product, please feel free to register for the tour starting next week.

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