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PDF (Portable Document Format) is a file format developed by Adobe Systems in 1993, designed to present documents consistently across various devices and platforms. It enables users to create, view, print, and share documents that look exactly as intended, regardless of the software, hardware, or operating system used. PDFs can contain text, images, hyperlinks, interactive buttons, forms, and even multimedia elements, making them versatile for a wide range of applications, from business and educational materials to legal documents and electronic books.

PDFs are widely appreciated for their reliability and security features. They support encryption, digital signatures, and watermarks, ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of the content. Additionally, PDFs can be easily shared and accessed, facilitating efficient communication and collaboration. With universal compatibility, PDFs have become a global standard for document exchange, preserving document fidelity and ensuring that information is accurately conveyed and maintained across different digital environments.