Low-resolution PDF files can be conveniently put on the web for either downloading or viewing within a browser, and used for Book Printing projects. The user sees a replica of the final printed page. Journal articles are often presented in PDF for the ease of librarians and others wanting a common standard, and for publishers who are working with print-designed documents. PDF files can offer most of the attributes of paper documents along with a host of extra features that can only work electronically.
Content may also be originated as, or converted into XML data. Structured mark-up of the text using XML, independent of any typographic mark-up, allows the text to be published in different ways. From a source XML file, the content can be published as a book, an eBook, an HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) file for the web, or on a handheld device. Publishers also find it easier to sell XML data to third parties for electronic publication. Its use facilitates the online linking of elements such as bibliographic references and illustrations.
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