Day one will see a presentation by Jon Bessant from magazine printer Stephens and George. Bessant will discuss the pre-press features built-into Adobe Acrobat 6, and offer troubleshooting information for people already using PDF in their workflow for how to limit the problems faced in digital publishing.
Nottingham University professor David Brailsford will discuss XML on the second day of the show. He will talk about the new technologies created for XML publishing generated by the most up-to-date PDF formats.
Adobe UK's Acrobat business development manager, David Stevenson, will talk about server software and Acrobat Reader in publishing on day three. He will discuss a project the company has been involved in, in which it worked with the UK government's DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs) division.
Will Pollard of the Acrobat User Forum said: "Our aim is to move PDF discussion on to look at file structures and server software. Day one underlines the fact that PDF for pre-press is working OK if you know what to do."
The Macworld-sponsored show runs from October 21-23 at London ExCeL.