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What is a PDF File?
Why Intel uses PDF for Its Technical Documentation
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What is a PDF File?
PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It was created by Adobe Systems Incorporated originally as a means of electronically exchanging and reviewing documents. Today, PDF files have become commonplace in the Internet community. PDF file names can be identified by their "PDF" extension.

Why Intel Uses PDF for Its Technical Documentation
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