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Chapter 6. Making the Most of FlashPaper > Using FlashPaper to Create PDFs

Using FlashPaper to Create PDFs

Although there are many similarities between FlashPaper and PDF formats—both are designed to display documents faithful to their original format—they're also quite different. PDF has a number of document review and security features that FlashPaper doesn't have. Likewise, FlashPaper is much more Web-centric with its almost instantaneous loading and ability to be embedded in the page. The PDF format has also been around much longer than that of FlashPaper, and many organizations use it a great deal.

One unexpected advantage of FlashPaper 2 in Windows is the capability to save a converted file in PDF format. Although the Adobe Reader software is in fairly widespread use, the capability to create PDFs is less universal. Through FlashPaper, PDF documents can be created with or without an outline. In addition, a variety of security options can be imposed. For example, the document can selectively be password-protected against printing while allowing it to be read.


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