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pdfPilot offers expanded range of services dealing with PDF documents Berlin, September 10, 2012. Software GmbH consistently expands its pdfPilot, which still has the focus of PDF/A, in terms of other relevant PDF ISO standards the callas. The PDF/UA standard recently published is particularly important here (accessibility = UA universal). Users can check, for example, now also accessible PDF files with the new pdfPilot. This quick visual examination, can quickly find and eliminate errors. So far, checking PDFs with regard to accessibility was extremely difficult and time consuming. Moreover, the software allows you to create and validate PDF/A-2- and PDF/A-3 files including the use of the specific ways that make available the respective parts of the standard.

The use of PDF/A-3 then any documents such as Office files can be incorporated, which also extends the radius of the application. Also new in pdfPilot 4 is the possibility, in the case of larger Conversion projects dynamically on several computers in the network to distribute the processing at run time, and at any time to take advantage of existing resources. 4 introduces for the first time callas the new pdfPilot on the DMS EXPO, which will take place from 23 to 25 October 2012 in Stuttgart. The company is present at the joint booth (Hall 5, number C71) BITKOM and also the visitors will show how to quickly and easily can create accessible PDF documents from Adobe InDesign. Callas pdfPilot is one of the most prestigious PDF products.

It is based on the same PDF technology, which has integrated Adobe in Acrobat. Version 4 is now able to generate HTML files that reflect the content structure, reading order, and alternative text for images of the PDFs from PDF documents with tags. To Dietrich von Valencia, business development manager of callas software: the challenge of generating accessible PDF documents is called tagging.