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What type of PDF file is machine readable?

In general, there is no difference, but (rarely) professionals mean PDF document as a file related to PDF Standard, and PDF archive - a file related to PDF/A Standard.

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Document format and media Document formats are defined as a combination of a base format and supported media formats. These media formats are: PNG (X (n) n-bit), OCR (n) and LAW (n) (non-destructive LAW) supported: OCR (n) (convertible to Teletype Fonts) — a lossy, but scalable alternative to Adobe Acrobat PNG-JPEG (n) (JPEG-style files are supported using the PPM codec, which is proprietary) TIFF (n) (compatible with most document and graphic file formats, and for viewing on mobile devices) JPEG-XR (n) (compatible with most document and graphic file formats, and for viewing on mobile devices) ODS (n) (ISO-8859-1 encoded Teletype Fonts, for viewing on mobile devices) A, B, C and D (dense and sparse), EPS and PGM (PNG-supported graphic file formats) can be embedded SVG-A (SVG-compatible image file formats, compatible with many file formats) PDF supports most image formats: (A) B&W, (B) color, (C) grayscale, (D) indexed, (E) indexed with color, (F) indexed with grayscale, (G) gray scale, (H).

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