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Southern California Crowne Plaza Resort Selected as PDF Conference Venue

Friday, July 18, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, AZ – July 17, 2003 – PDF Conference producer Carl Young today announces that the Crowne Plaza Resort in Anaheim, California will be the venue for the eighth PDF Conference, to be held November 10-12. The PDF Conference, the oldest, largest and most comprehensive skill-enhancing PDF conference and exhibits of its kind, is also now accepting proposals from speakers interested in presenting at the November event. Further details on the call for speakers can be found at: http://www.pdfconference.com/pdfs/call_pdfcon8a.pdf The Conference will include four dedicated tracks: PDF Tech, PDF Enterprise, PDF Creative and PDF Special Interest. Says Young, "We are planning comprehensive presentations that discuss the new features in Acrobat 6.0, the PDF 1.5 specification, and presentations that demonstrate practical, state-of-the-art PDF applications in creative, enterprise and government settings." PDF Conference vendor sponsors include activePDF, Adobe and Total Training; and media sponsors include Planet PDF, PDFZone, CrossMedia and CreativePro. The seventh PDF Conference, held June 2003 in metropolitan Washington D.C., drew record-breaking numbers of attendees and exhibitors. Overview of PDF Conference Tracks PDF Tech is aimed at system administrators and sophisticated users who are seeking specific, detailed information on technical aspects of PDF, including server-side solutions, the PDF Specification, JavaScript, installing and maintaining PDF workflows and web-based solutions. PDF Enterprise is a general category aimed at mainstream users who use Adobe Acrobat or a desktop application that produces PDF files. PDF Creative is for creative professionals and those in the graphic arts/printing industry. Topics of interest include transparency, fonts, color management, PDF/X and output issues relating to specific applications such as Quark Xpress and Adobe InDesign. PDF Special Interest is for areas of intense, but narrow, interest such as engineering, forms, Section 508 compliance, etc.




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