PDF Hacks

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PDF Hacks
By Sid  Steward
 
Publisher : O'Reilly
Pub Date : August 2004
ISBN : 0-596-00655-1
Pages : 296
   


PDF Hacks is ideal for anyone who works with PDF on a regular basis. Learn how to create PDF documents that are far more powerful than simple representations of paper pages. Hacks cover the full range of PDF functionality, including generating, manipulating, annotating, and consuming PDF information. Far more than another guide to Adobe Acrobat, the book covers a variety of readily available tools for generating, deploying, and editing PDF.

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Small print: The technologies discussed in this publication, the limitations on these technologies that technology and content owners seek to impose, and the laws actually limiting the use of these technologies are constantly changing. Thus, some of the hacks described in this publication may not work, may cause unintended harm to systems on which they are used, or may not be consistent with applicable user agreements. Your use of these hacks is at your own risk, and O'Reilly Media, Inc. disclaims responsibility for any damage or expense resulting from their use. In any event, you should take care that your use of these hacks does not violate any applicable laws, including copyright laws.

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Credits

About the Author

Contributors

Acknowledgments

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About the Author

Sid Steward works with publishers to make PDF do what they need. Sometimes, the solution is simply a script; other times, it is an entire document conversion workflow. He is a dreamer, a contrarian, and an idealist, all of which help him devise good solutions to interesting problems. His heroes include Bjarne Stroustrup and Vern Giles.

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