Debenu releases Quick PDF Library 7.24

March 25, 2011


Planet PDF is a division of Debenu.

Debenu, the company behind both Planet PDF and leading Acrobat plug-in developer, ARTS PDF, has released version 7.24 of its stand-alone PDF Library. Quick PDF Library 7.24 boasts a number of new features and improvements, including major enhancements to the rendering engine and updates that upgrade the handling of form fields.

"We set the bar high for our first official release in 2011. It's going to be an exciting year with many new product releases in our ARTS PDF and Quick PDF product divisions, so we thought it was important that the first release of our PDF SDK in the new year be rock solid. And it is," said Karl De Abrew, Debenu CEO. "I couldn't be happier with the team's efforts. They've done a fantastic job."

Key features in the new version of the library include the aforementioned enhancements to the rendering engine and form field handling, along with adding support for embedding external file streams, removing custom metadata. The new version also features various bug-fixes and a swag of general enhancements. A full list of the changes made for this release can be found on the Quick PDF Library update page. To find out more about Quick PDF Library generally, check out

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