Since it was created by Adobe in 1993, the Portable Document Format has become a ubiquitous file type in virtually every industry that relies on final-form electronic documents. A PDF is a self-contained, cross-platform document that captures the formatting information from a wide range of desktop publishing applications to create a document that looks and prints the same on virtually every computer system.

It’s no wonder the PDF has become a standard among legal professionals for document distribution, scanning, and electronic court filing.

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