BinaryNow unveils new Adobe PDF conversion tool
Oct 02, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
BinaryNow, Inc., a software developer providing document conversion technology for businesses, has unveiled PDF Impress 2014, an Adobe PDF conversion tool for an organization.
This professional software can create an Adobe PDF or ISO 19005-1 PDF/A file multiple ways. Users can simply right click documents or drag and drop them into PDF shortcut on a desktop. PDF Impress virtual printer enables PDF creation from any application that can print. PDF Impress Workroom allows access, organize and batch convert documents with ease.
PDF Impress Tools can replace Adobe Reader by previewing and printing the content of the PDF. It allows adding watermarks, stamps, attachments, document information, security and digital signature. Users can insert, remove, rotate and extract pages, optimize PDF and setup page layout. Export to JPEG, TIFF, PNG or HTML5 is available.
New features include: PDF Workroom for accessing, manipulating and converting documents into PDF, standalone PDF Tools for PDF editing, digital signature visualization from scanned files, snapshot from webcam, or by typing in name to create signature image, right click document signing, multiple signature support for document flow and more.
User interface is available in Czech, English, Italian, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish. Users can easily add new language(s). New version is certified for Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, as well as older Windows XP systems and will work with any Microsoft Office (2002-2013) or other alternatives.
PDF Impress 2014 allows easy software distribution through custom MSI package creator with support for custom PDF Profiles and PDF settings distribution. Organizations can further reduce administration costs by centralizing PDF creation on Terminal Services. Developer Guide for third party application integration is provided.
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