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callas software Offers Webinar for New PDF ISO Standards

Friday, November 16, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Berlin, – callas software, provider of powerful PDF technology for publishing, print production and document archiving, will be organizing a free webinar on 22 november 2012. During this thirthy minutes webinar, PDF specialists will discuss the advantages and benefits of the recently published ISO Standards: PDF/A-3 and PDF/UA (UA = Universal Accessibility). callas software will present some user cases and show how companies and organizations can implement pdfaPilot to convert files to PDF/A-3 or PDF/UA. The webinar will also cover topics like export of PDF files to EPUB, a standard format for eBooks, as well as the integration of multiple servers for document processing.

You can register here for the English or German webinar:

English Webinar
22 November: 3:00PM - 4:00PM CET
Register

German Webinar
22 November: 11:00AM - 12:00PM CET
Register

The new PDF/A-3 standard allows to save related documents into a single PDF/A file, even if the related document formats are others than PDF, meaning that the archived document and the original document in its original format can now be combined into a PDF/A file. This function opens new application scenarios that callas software will demonstrate in the webinar.

PDF/UA is the ISO standard for accessible PDF documents. As more and more regulations and laws require documents to be accessible by everyone, including people with disabilities, PDF/UA is becoming increasingly important. As a result, checking against the PDF/UA standard has gained importance for service providers, governments and enterprises. During the webinar, callas software will present how to implement accessible PDF documents.

The centerpoint of it all is the so-called "tagging", which ensures that a PDF's logical structure is stored correctly. This way, visually impaired people using a Braille reader or a screen reader, will have access to the PDF. The same goes for people with learning disabilities who use special reading software to have access to the content of a PDF file. A correct tagged PDF is also an important requirement for export to EPUB and eBook files in order to publish on mobile devices. This subject will also be covered during the webinar.

Finally, the webinar participants will also learn more on how to distribute document processing through integration of multiple servers in a network.

 

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