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Portable Document Format 1.0

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Name Portable Document Format Version 1.0 Other names PDF (1.0) Identifiers MIME: application/pdf Apple Uniform Type Identifier: com.adobe.pdf PUID: fmt/14 Classification Page Description Disclosure None Description Portable Document Format is a platform-independent format for representing formatted documents, developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated. It is the native format of Adobe’s Acrobat family of software products, version 1.0 corresponding to the release of Acrobat 1.0. PDF is based on, and shares the same imaging model as, the PostScript page description language. A PDF file comprises a Header section, a Body section containing the objects which make up the document, a Cross Reference Table, and a Trailer section. PDF files can contain a wide variety of content, including text, images, video and audio. Orientation Binary Byte order Big-endian (Motorola) Related file formats Has lower priority than Portable Document Format (1.4) Has lower priority than Portable Document Format (1.5) Has lower priority than Portable Document Format (1.6) Is previous version of Portable Document Format (1.1) Developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated Supported by None. Source Digital Preservation Department / The National Archives Source date 11 Mar 2005 Last updated 02 Aug 2005



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