PDF is used to represent “final form” formatted documents. PDF pages may include text, images, graphics, and multimedia content such as video and audio. PDF is also capable of containing auxiliary structures, including annotations, bookmarks, file attachments, hyperlinks, logical structures, and metadata. These features are useful for navigation and building collections of related documents, as well as for reviewing and commenting on documents. (RFC 8118: The application/pdf Media Type)


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