World-Renowned Speakers & Exhibit Dedicated to PDF Coming in November
Press release from the issuing company
Phoenix, AZ — July 30, 2003 — PDF Conference is offering a $300 Conference discount and new activePDF Composer software to anyone registering for the Fall 2003 PDF Conference by August 8. Scheduled to take place Nov. 10-12 at The Crowne Plaza Resort in Anaheim, California, the eighth PDF Conference will host world-renowned PDF speakers such as Ted Padova and Dov Isaacs, as well as representatives of the world’s most important PDF companies, including Adobe, activePDF, and Enfocus.
PDF Conference traditionally offers discounts and giveaways in the months leading up to its annual east coast and west coast conferences. For last month’s east coast PDF Conference, which drew record-breaking numbers of attendees and exhibitors, copies of Adobe Acrobat 6 were just one of the giveaways bestowed to early registrants.
PDF Conference Fee Discount Schedule:
Discounts are offered for early registration; group, academic, and non-profit organizations; and groups of two or more:
Register by Aug. 8: -$300
Register by Sept. 10: -$200
Register by Oct. 10: -$100
Group discounts for two or more: -$50
New ActivePDF Composer
New ActivePDF Composer allows users to create and disseminate PDF files by printing directly to the Composer printer. Composer includes built-in, optimized configurations and enhanced settings for Microsoft Office applications, which according to the company “takes the guesswork out of PDF creation.”
The Anaheim PDF Conference – November 10-12, 2003
The Anaheim Conference will include four dedicated tracks: PDF Tech, PDF Enterprise, PDF Creative and PDF Special Interest. PDF Conference vendor sponsors include activePDF, Adobe and Total Training; and media sponsors include Planet PDF, PDFZone, CrossMedia and CreativePro.
Overview of PDF Conference Tracks
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.
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