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PDF-to-InDesign conversion tool updated

December 20, 2007

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Recosoft Corporation, the developer of the PDF2Office family of products, has released a updated its PDF-to-InDesign conversion utility. PDF2ID v1.1 improves conversions and is fully compliant with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Additional enhancements have been made to both Macintosh and Windows versions to maximize PDF content reuse capabilities within InDesign.

PDF2ID was engineered from the ground-up to provide seamless integration with Adobe InDesign CS2/CS3 to eliminate the need to acquire and install separate PDF data recovery tools. This allows it to enhance workflow automation and provide cost savings in terms of both time and expense.

The updated version is free for existing owners of PDF2ID v1.0. For more information, please see the Recosoft web site.

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