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Scribd launches iPaper: Embed documents on any site

Document sharing service Scribd has launched a new platform called iPaper that makes it easy to upload and embed PDF and Office documents on any web site. The iPaper viewer is based on Adobe Flash, which means it loads quickly and can be embedded on any web page just as easily as a YouTube video.

You can share documents by uploading them to Scribd and grabbing the embed code. Scribd has also released an API that lets web publishers add iPaper tools to their own sites. The company is also letting publishers embed Google AdSense ads in documents, which lets you monetize your content.

The document viewer is pretty slick. You can view multi-page documents easily. And you can navigate large documents using your mouse or keyboard. Check out a sample after the jump.

[via GigaOm]

Tags: documents, ipaper, scribd