The PDF Association publishes a variety of documents and other resources to help developers, product managers, and others interested in leveraging PDF to meet their business and organizational objectives.
Most publications listed on pdfa.org are developed through our publications process, and are freely available to members and non-members alike.
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|PDF Association // October 26, 2018|
The Associated Files feature allows PDF writers to provide additional information about files related to a PDF file in a standardized and therefore machine-readable manner.
|August 31, 2018|
With PDF Processing Steps standardization, packaging and pro workflow components may be shared language-independent, vendor-neutral way, including specifications for cutting, …
|July 31, 2017|
ISO 32000-2 is the first PDF specification developed within the ISO working-group structure. It includes numerous new features, rewritten clauses, …
|July 30, 2017|
A number of documents, originally published by Adobe Systems, are normatively referenced from ISO 32000-2. As they are required for …
|October 7, 2014|
The accessibility of an electronic document is dependent on the inclusion of a variety of semantic information such as (but …
|October 19, 2008|
ISO 24517 defines a file format for the exchange of engineering documents based on the PDF format. It is a …
|August 1, 2008|
ISO 32000-1 is the first ISO specification for PDF. The document is an ISO formalization of Adobe’s own PDF Reference …
|August 25, 2005|
The primary purpose of ISO 19005 is to define a file format based on PDF, known as PDF/A, which provides …