Articles tagged with: Windows 7
Acrobat 9, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader 9, Editorials, Windows 7 »
Late last year, I tried installing Adobe Acrobat 9 on the PC where I use Windows 7. I thought it was a good combination as I didn’t experience any troubles with the basic functionalities such viewing, printing, extracting and bookmarking PDFs. It turned out that a lot of others were not as lucky as I was.
General News, PDF Creation, PDF/A, PDF/X »
activePDF announced the launch of activePDF Meridian 2010, its server-based solution for generating high-quality PDF files. activePDF enables system administrators to deploy centralized PDF creation solution which is accessible to users across the enterprise for creating PDF outputs.
General News, PDF Creation, Press Releases, Windows 7 »
Online Media Technologies Ltd has announced a new version 1.2 of its AVS Image Converter software. The new version supports the conversion of images to PDF document.
General News, PDF OCR »
PDFOCR.net announced its PDF OCR 3.0, an application to convert Adobe PDF documents to editable text through the use of advanced Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology. PDF OCR 3.0 is a freeware and runs on Windows environments.
General News, PDF Conversion, Windows 7 »
Moyea Software announced the availability of its PPT to PDF Converter 1.1 software for Windows 7 and Vista 64-bit. The software has been fixed to remove earlier identified bugs and includes enhancements.
Editorials, Free, PDF Reader, PDF Search, PDF Security, PDF Tools, Windows 7 »
In browsing Windows 7 Download we noted, yet another range of PDF reader-esque products, yet this collection with a difference — Drumlin Security’s Secure PDF Reader and Publisher for Windows 7 include “military-strength” encryption and a free Digital Rights Management (DRM) service. Let us know how you go…. Shhh, but not too loudly as you might have someone on your tail!
General News, PDF Conversion, PDF Creation, PDF Tools, Windows 7 »
PDF Tools AG has released a newer Version 1.9 of its 3-Height product family which now supports Microsoft Windows 7.
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Nitro PDF Software, builders of Nitro PDF — the alternative to Adobe Acrobat, have announced PDF support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Also Nitro has included desktop PDF to Excel functionality in version 6.01
Free, PDF Creation, Windows 7 »
The latest release version 6.0.1 of Nitro PDF Professional and the impending release of Nitro PDF Express v2 are both compatible of Microsoft Windows® 7 and Microsoft Windows Server® 2008 R2.
General News, Windows 7 »
How loudly have you screamed that (along with a few other things) when you decided to leave it until the last minute to complete your IRS tax forms. Here’s a few tips and tricks to make sure that your PDF *does* open…
Adobe Reader, Adobe Reader 9, Featured, Free, General News, Headline, Windows 7 »
I’ve just loaded up the latest release candidate of Windows 7 Ultimate (version 6, build 7100) — it was an upgrade on the previous (semi-dead-like-a-slug) 32-bit Vista installation. Packed it with the latest Adobe Reader (9.1 at the time, and 42mb download) for Windows Vista. Tried my best to load a PDF online and … no change. Right now, if you’re looking for a solution, try Foxit Reader…
PDF Reader, Windows 7 »
A couple of months ago I asked the question: when will Windows include a native PDF viewer? Well, we haven’t received any official word yet, but a curious hint was dropped on the Engineering Windows 7 blog recently.
Acrobat 9, Adobe Acrobat, Featured »
A few days ago I tested Adobe Reader 9 on Windows 7 and didn’t discover any major issues. Adobe Reader worked correctly despite the fact that Windows 7 is not yet a supported platform. Today I thought I’d try the same with Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro.
Editorials, PDF Reader »
There are some aspects of Windows 7 that are noticeably different than that of it’s predecessors. For me the most striking difference is the introduction of libraries in Windows Explorer. Almost instantly, with what feel like mostly minor changes, the user interface for Windows Explorer and general usability has been rocketed into the 21st century.
Acrobat 9, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, Adobe Reader 9, Featured »
Installing software on an unsupported operating system isn’t usually a good idea. In fact, it is quite often fraught with risk, as a lot of people found in 2006 when they tried to install software on Windows Vista that was originally been built for Windows XP and hadn’t been updated yet. Luckily — so far — it seems like it is going to be a far smoother transition from Windows Vista to Windows 7.