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ARTS PDF releases Crackerjack 5.1

August 10, 2005

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(ARTS PDF and Planet PDF have been since acquired by Debenu)

ARTS PDF has released an update to its popular ARTS PDF Crackerjack software. The software vendor has called Crackerjack 5.1 its biggest ever dot release, and the new version adds support for image editing and imposition. For the initiated, imposition refers to the shuffling of pages so that they will appear in the correct order when printed and bound.

Imposition features in the new release include step and repeat, n-up booklet creation, automatic page shuffling and rotation, support for saddle stitched and perfect binding types, the optimization of impositions for single or double-sided printing and the ability to save imposition settings for later reuse.

Editing features introduced in Crackerjack 5.1 include support for image correction and editing from within Acrobat, standard cut, copy, paste options, along with the ability to resize, rotate, extract and replace individual images within PDF files. The product also adds support for Enfocus Certified PDF and can be automated with Acrobat's Batch Sequencing commands.

ARTS PDF Crackerjack 5.1 is currently available.

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