Well, Adobe still does not get it. They still want it both ways. The PDF format is an open standard and many (upwards of 40 companies offer PDF creation solutions) companies already provide “print or save to PDF” in their solution. Or is it?
The article on yesterday’s Wall Street Journal Online “Adobe Seeks To Regain High Ground In Microsoft Dispute” highlights that Adobe is struggling to maintain the public relations upper hand and still wants Microsoft to either not offer the PDF capability or charge their customers more money for the capability. This is ridiculous!
Why would I pay Microsoft to download an PDF add-in when I can download a free PDF capability from someone like PDF995.
Back to my original question:
Is the PDF standard an open standard or not?
Would someone from Adobe please answer this?
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