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iWork for Mac OS X Cookbook by Alexander Anichkin

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Making a good PDF from an iWork document, and CMYK PDFs for professional printing

PDF stands for Portable Document Format. This format was developed to allow a document to be opened and viewed on any computer, irrespective of software, hardware, or operating system, in exactly the way you created it. It could be a one-page text document, a manual containing several hundred pages, a graphics-rich document, a poster, or a photo album.

PDF documents can be opened by the freely distributed Adobe Reader. By default, Mac opens PDFs in Preview, so with a Macintosh computer you don't even need Adobe Reader. The PDFs' wide accessibility make them extremely popular, so the ability to produce them is an essential requirement for a productivity software. ...

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