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Post by Admin on Sun May 05, 2013 5:43 pm

License: Trial

files are quite simply the best means of sending a document to somebody
else in a format you’ll know will appear exactly as you intend it to on
their computer. It doesn’t matter what application has been used to
create the original document, by exporting it as a PDF you ensure it
won’t change appearance when viewed elsewhere.

These days, you
can create PDFs without having to shell out for the privilege – once of
the best free tools for creating PDFs comes in the form of the excellent
Nitro Reader. But PDF files need to do more than simply replicate the
original design of a document – they’ve become increasingly interactive,
with form-filling, annotations, digital signatures and much more.

free PDF tools give you limited access to interactive features, but
what if you want to go further? Perhaps you need to make minor
alterations to the actual PDF document itself, or want to split or
combine multiple documents into a single file? In the past, actually
editing a PDF document meant an expensive purchase, but now Nitro Pro
brings all the advanced functionality you need within the reach of
individuals and small businesses too.

Nitro Pro – as you’d expect
– allows you to create fully editable PDFs from any application,
whether through dedicated conversion options as found in Microsoft
Office 2003 or later, or by using its virtual print driver, which allows
you to “print” your PDF from within any application. Nitro even allows
you to combine multiple documents from a myriad of different sources
together via a single dialog: just drag and drop your files into place,
tweak the running order and let Nitro do the rest.

Nitro Pro also
lets you edit the text and images in a PDF, swapping images, correcting
typos or even editing entire paragraphs of text, plus adding
headers/fooders and watermark. You can even convert existing PDFs back
into editable documents, preserving the original layout – Word, Excel
and a number of text formats are currently supported – plus extract
images and text from the PDF easily.

Throw in powerful
collaboration and annotation tools – 100 per cent compatible with Adobe
Acrobat, approval controls, digital signatures and form filling, plus
the ability to secure and protect PDFs by restricting access and usage,
and you’ve got just about everything you need from a powerful PDF
editor. And the good news is that all that power isn’t hidden away –
unlike rival products, Nitro utilises the familiar ribbon-like interface
found in Microsoft Office, ensuring all its tools are both accessible
and easy to use.

Version 8 of Nitro PDF adds even more useful
functionality. It now incorporates an OCR engine as standard for
extracting editable text from scanned documents. A new smart alignment
engine makes it easier to enter text neatly into non-interactive forms,
while auto-save and recovery reduces the painful consequences of
possible data loss. Performance has been improved too, with both
conversion times and output file sizes reduced.

If we’re being
pernickety, then the OCR engine isn’t perfect, but it’s the only minor
blemish on what has become an irresistible package at a bargain price.
If you’re looking for a powerful PDF editor that won’t break the bank,
your search is over.

Build brings these changes/improvements:

- XML Forms Architecture (XFA) enhancements across many areas of Nitro Pro 8
- WebDAV fail's to open documents from the Open dialogue
- Various other fixes and stability improvements




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