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ARTS PDF launches Stratify for PDF layer creation, control

November 23, 2004

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ARTS PDF recently announced the release of the first and only tool for creating, inserting, editing and controlling PDF layers in Acrobat. ARTS PDF Stratify enables technical professionals to prepare easy-to-use layered drawings and diagrams, and allows creative professionals to quickly proof and preview different versions of a design from the one, layered page.

"Layer creation is no longer limited to PDFs that have come from high-end design tools like Adobe InDesign CS and Adobe Illustrator CS," said Maryanne Montes, Product Manager, ARTS PDF. "Stratify makes it possible to create layers in PDFs created from any application, including Microsoft Word, QuarkXPress, FreeHand, FrameMaker and CAD applications."

Stratify provides tools to select any text or graphics on a page, and then turn them into their own PDF layer in Acrobat Professional and Standard. Engineers and architects, for example, can take existing designs and drawings -- with each layer of a set of drawings stored as an individual page -- and easily convert them into one, layered page.

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