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Zevrix releases PDF Checkpoint 1.1

October 08, 2009

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Zevrix Solutions has announced the release of PDF Checkpoint 1.1, an update to its PDF workflow automation solution. The software preflights, exports as images, splits and reduces size of multiple PDF files. PDF Checkpoint sports an intuitive flexible user interface which lets users review and analyze preflight results quickly and easily. The program is equally suitable to process hundreds of files as well as single PDF documents.

The new version adds the ability to reduce PDF file size through downsampling and compressing images inside PDF documents. Users can specify the target image resolution and compression level. PDF Checkpoint is a new addition to the Zevrix family of quality control products, which includes InPreflight for Adobe InDesign, and Graphic Inspector for raster and vector graphic files.

PDF Checkpoint 1.1 can be purchased from the Zevrix Solutions web site for an introductory price of $79.95 (USD), as well as from authorized resellers. The product is available for Mac OS X 10.4.2-10.6 as a Universal Binary. To find out more, visit the Official Zevrix Solutions website.

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