Debenu PDF Tools Updated with Free Download

September 10, 2013


Debenu Pty. Ltd. has released a major update for Debenu PDF Tools. The popular Windows application, which has received praise in multiple industries for making it easier and faster to work with PDF received new functions in addition to the enhancements.

Free to download and use, Debenu PDF Tools is built using Debenu's Quick PDF Library and combines popular features of the product PDF Maximus which allowed for workflow automation. PDF Tools works with all PDF file types and is popular because of the user friendly right-click. This option allows for quick editing and interaction with PDF. Version 3 includes a reader as well as a stand alone application giving users more options on how they want to view, read and edit their documents.
The update includes the following:

  • PDF Viewer
  • Merging and splitting function
  • Document property editing
  • Adding and editing metadata
  • Converting image to PDF
  • Converting text to PDF

Debenu PDF Tools version 3 is available as a free downloaded from the Debenu website

A full features list and comparison with the pro version can be viewed on the Debenu website.

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