How to Optimize your PDFs for a More Streamlined Workflow – Part Two

How to Optimize your PDFs for a More Streamlined Workflow – Part Two

(Continued from part one) A good starting point to achieve a leaner, cleaner PDF is to use good quality PDF software from a company that has close ties to the PDF community and stands behind its products and supports them. When talking about PDF optimization software, we have identified some key areas you need to think about: File Compression– The ability to compress the different parts of a document. Reduce Bloat– The ability to reduce bloated and duplicated items. Reliability–…

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How to Optimize your PDFs for a More Streamlined Workflow – Part One

How to Optimize your PDFs for a More Streamlined Workflow – Part One

Are you looking for ways to better optimize your PDF files to make them more streamlined for your workflow? In this two-part post, we’ll help you go from ‘bloated’ PDFs (and we’ll get into what we mean by ‘bloated’) to what we like to call ‘leaner, cleaner’ PDFs. First, it’s important to understand some of the common potential problems that can occur with PDF documents.  The PDF file format itself is a vast, feature-rich format that nearly everyone is familiar…

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Datalogics 2019 Internship Program: An Overview

Datalogics 2019 Internship Program: An Overview

Summer is finally here, and that means Datalogics has kicked off another exciting internship program! This year, we have welcomed a great group of interns in the fields of engineering, marketing, and for the first time ever; IT. This year’s interns come to us from a variety of backgrounds and have attended or are currently attending local universities such as UIC and DePaul. Here’s an overview of what our interns are working on this summer, and why they’re excited to…

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Sample of the Week: Fixing Blank AcroForms Using APDFL

Sample of the Week: Fixing Blank AcroForms Using APDFL

Every so often, we run into a situation where a user is printing an AcroForm PDF with APDFL, and the print output is blank. The information is there when viewed in and printed in Acrobat, but the same document is blank when printed or viewed from APDFL.  Oftentimes, it’s reported as a bug when it’s not actually a bug. What’s often happening in those cases is that the form field’s values were updated by an automated process but without updating…

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