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The software supports Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and XML-based publications, and publishers can create new Adobe Digital Editions-ready content by using a new export feature built into Adobe InDesign CS3.
Writing for Web and other electronic media publishers, Connolly describes how the portable document file (PDF) format can be used for videos, music, and other forms of media.
For current issues, Portable Document Format (PDF) files of papers and notes are made available three years after publication, at which time issues are marked with a PDF icon.
The ability to display microscopic images, 3D objects or documents on any projector or monitor at a high-speed 24 frames per second through the VGA outputs is offered by this portable document camera.
a provider of digital multimedia and presentation technology, announced today the release of the new AVerVision150 Portable Document Camera.
THERE YOU'LL FIND DSP DOCUMENTS IN PORTABLE DOCUMENT FORMAT (PDF), THESE DOCUMENTS INCLUDE ...
This service allows us to create, store, and share certified Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) transcripts that look like the traditional paper versions and are highly tamper-proof.
Most companies, recruitment agencies, government offices, schools, universities, clubs etc use the Portable Document Format expecting others to fill in forms by hand or in one uninterrupted online session.
For example, Bibles in Portable Document Format (PDF) require Adobe Systems Inc.'s (www.adobe.com) free Adobe Reader.
ebrary, an information services and technology provider, has introduced a new enterprise, server-based technology that is designed to improve the way ordinary documents in the Portable Document Format (PDF) are viewed, distributed, and shared.
Scientists at Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) have developed document imaging technology for mobile phones that will evolve them into portable document scanners and can, ultimately, turn mobile phones into document service devices.
A PDF (portable document format) version is provided on the website so that consumer groups, financial institutions, agencies, and other organizations can download and print copies for distribution to their clients and customers.

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