Debenu, the company that created Quick PDF Tools, the freeware application that allowed you to do a lot of basic PDF-related tasks for free, today announced the official release of the professional version, Quick PDF Tools Pro 2.1.
Vitrium Systems and Foxit Corporation announces new partnership to support Vitrium’s protectedpdf document in Foxit Reader.
Nitro PDF Software today announced the release of Nitro PDF Professional OCR, the latest iteration of Nitro Pro, now available with Optical Character Recognition (OCR). Nitro Pro OCR allows users to create PDF files and recognize text from pre-existing image- or paper-based documents.
Foxit Corporation today announced the “Compatible with Windows 7” logo for Foxit Phantom, assuring PDF users that a cost-effective Windows 7-compatible solution for creating professional PDF documents is immediately available to meet their everyday business needs.
Early last week – Adobe rolled out a substantial path which covered just under 30 security issues. These vulnerabilities were said by ChannelWeb to leave susceptible to attacks by infected PDF-apps.
Yet another major security hole for Adobe Reader — as detailed in ComputerWeekly.com, they won’t say why, but they’re looking to release an update tomorrow.
Quick PDF Library version 7.16, a PDF SDK used for creating and manipulating PDF documents, has been released by Debenu.
Debenu has released version 7.13 of Quick PDF Library, their popular PDF SDK. The new version includes numerous bug fixes, new functions and support for Delphi 2009 and is available for immediate download and purchase from www.quickpdflibrary.com.
Debenu, the company that created Benubird Pro, the leading personal document managent tool for desktop users, today announced the formal release of version 7.12 of its royalty-free PDF SDK, Quick PDF Library.
Yet another contribution by Thom Parker, Acrobat plug-in master, and host of a website called pdfscripting.com. In today’s post, Thom looks to explain the relationship between Acrobat, PDF, and scripts.
Thom Parker, CEO of WindJack Solutions has been developing world-class plug-ins for Adobe-related products since 1997. He’s been kind enough to to provide us with a tip from his website pdfscripting.com. This tip is designed at showing you how you to effectively copy PDF Scripts from one PDF to another.