Tag: software

Tracker partners with Spoon.net to launch cloud-based PDF viewer

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Tracker Software announced that it has partnered with Spoon.net, a cloud computing company, to offer Tracker’s PDF and image viewing programs as cloud-based applications. The cloud-based applications provide a number of benefits such as reduced cost, increased flexibility, enhanced mobility and minimising local software maintenance.

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Qoppa Software announces improved PDF Studio

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Qoppa Software has announced the release of an improved version 6.6 of PDF Studio, its desktop-based software for PDF editing. The new version includes the ability to import text and MS Word documents into PDFs, along with providing enhanced user experience and user control.

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PDFescape now supports adding images to PDF documents

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Red Software has announced that PDFescape, its online service for PDF editing, now supports adding images to PDF documents. PDFescape is one of the first web-based services that includes a PDF reader, editor, form filler and form creator.

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PitStop Pro 10 adds support for Acrobat X

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Enfocus Software has announced the first update to its Acrobat plug-in for PDF preflighting. The upgrade introduces support for the latest versions of both the Standard and Professional versions of Acrobat X. The latest version of PitStop Pro also adds support for the latest ISO standards for PDF printing (PDF/X/4:2010) and long-term archiving (PDF/A).

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Foxit PDF IFilter 2.1 released: improves speed, stability

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Foxit has announced a maintenance release of its IFilter product. According to the company, Foxit PDF IFilter has been designed to capitalize on the strengths of multi-core server architectures to maximize the speed of PDF indexing and text searching.

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This Week in PDF: pdfaPilot adds support for PDF/A-2

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This week in PDF has seen an PDF creator and validator add support for PDF/A-2, while a 3D vendor confirms its product’s compatibility with Adobe Reader X.

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Quite Imposing Plus updated

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Quite Software announced today a new version of its flagship pre-press Quite Imposing Plus plug-in. The new version includes full Acrobat X (10.0) compatibility and a host of new features focused on productivity. In related news, Quite has also announced that a beta preview of Quite Hot Imposing 3.0 is available now on its web site.

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PDF-XChange now available for free for creating PDFs

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Tracker Software is offering PDF-XChange Lite 4.0, its lightweight software for creating and editing PDFs, as a freeware for non-commercial and academic use. PDF-XChange Lite 4.0 is derived from company’s flagship PDF-XChange line of commercial products.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Scan to PDF from your iPhone

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Phone cameras are handy for note-taking, but when you want to share images it’s irritating to have to send them one at a time. The Pocket Scanner app lets you collate images from your photo library and print to PDF. You can then send the finished product from your phone’s email client.

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SWING Software announces SWING PDF Converter 2.0

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SWING Software has announced the release of SWING PDF Converter 2.0 — a software tool for Lotus Notes email and document archiving, sharing and web printing. Notes users will be happy to see that the converter can be easily deployed as a toolbar add-on.

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