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5, Text, discusses PDF s special facilities for presenting text in the
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form of character shapes, or glyphs, de ned by fonts
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6, Rendering, considers how device-independent content descriptions are matched to the characteristics of a particular output device
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7, Transparency, discusses the operation of the transparent imaging
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model, introduced in PDF 14, in which objects can be painted with varying degrees of opacity, allowing the previous contents of the page to show through
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8, Interactive Features, describes those features of PDF that allow a
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user to interact with a document on the screen, using the mouse and keyboard
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About This Book
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9, Document Interchange, shows how PDF documents can incorporate higher-level information that is useful for the interchange of documents among applications The appendices contain useful tables and other auxiliary information
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Appendix A, Operator Summary, lists all the operators used in describing the
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Appendix B, Operators in Type 4 Functions, summarizes the PostScript operators that can be used in PostScript calculator functions, which contain code written in a small subset of the PostScript language
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Appendix C, Implementation Limits, describes typical size and quantity
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limits imposed by the Acrobat viewer applications
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Appendix D, Character Sets and Encodings, lists the character sets and encodings that are assumed to be prede ned in any PDF viewer application
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Appendix E, PDF Name Registry, discusses a registry, maintained for developers by Adobe Systems, that contains private names and formats used by PDF producers or Acrobat plug-in extensions
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Appendix F, Linearized PDF, describes a special form of PDF le organization designed to work ef ciently in network environments
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Appendix G, Example PDF Files, presents several examples showing the
structure of actual PDF les, ranging from one containing a minimal one-page document to one showing how the structure of a PDF le evolves over the course of several revisions
Appendix H, Compatibility and Implementation Notes, provides details on
the behavior of Acrobat viewer applications and describes how viewer applications should handle PDF les containing features that they do not recognize A color plate section provides illustrations of some of PDF s color-related features References in the text of the form see Plate 1 refer to the contents of this section The book concludes with a Bibliography and an Index The enclosed CD-ROM contains the entire text of this book in PDF form
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Introduction
12 Introduction to PDF 14 Features
The most signi cant addition in PDF 14 is the new transparent imaging model, which extends the opaque imaging model of earlier versions to include the ability to paint objects with varying degrees of opacity, allowing previously painted objects to show through Transparency is covered primarily in 7, with implications re ected in other chapters as well Other new features introduced in PDF 14 include the following:
A lter for decoding JBIG2-encoded data (Section 336, JBIG2Decode Filter ) Enhancements to encryption (Section 35, Encryption ) Speci cation of the PDF version in the document catalog (Section 361, Document Catalog )
Embedding of data in a le stream (Section 3103, Embedded File Streams ) The ability to import content from one PDF document into another (Section
493, Reference XObjects )
New prede ned CMaps ( Prede ned CMaps on page 343) Additional viewer preferences for controlling the area of a page to be displayed
or printed (Section 81, Viewer Preferences )
Speci cation of a color and font style for text in an outline item (Section 822,
Document Outline )
Annotation names (Section 84, Annotations ) and new entries in speci c
annotation dictionaries (Section 841, Annotation Dictionaries )
Additional trigger events for actions affecting the document as a whole (Section 852, Trigger Events )
Assorted enhancements to interactive forms and Forms Data Format (FDF),
including multiple-selection list boxes, le-select controls, XML form submission, embedded FDF les, Unicode speci cation of eld export values, and support for remote collaboration and digital signatures in FDF les (Section 86, Interactive Forms )
Metadata streams, a new architecture for attaching descriptive information to
PDF documents and their constituent parts (Section 922, Metadata Streams )
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Standardized structure types and attributes for describing the logical structure
of a document (Section 97, Tagged PDF )
Support for accessibility to disabled users, including speci cation of the language used for text (Section 98, Accessibility Support )
Support for the display and preview of production-related page boundaries
such as the crop box, bleed box, and trim box (Section 9101, Page Boundaries )
Facilities for including printer s marks such as registration targets, gray ramps,
color bars, and cut marks to assist in the production process (Section 9102, Printer s Marks )