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WindJack Solutions releases PDF CanOpener 4

October 07, 2010

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WindJack Solutions, Inc has released PDF CanOpener 4.0, its Adobe Acrobat plug-in for in-depth analysis and manipulation of the internal structure of PDF documents. Version 4.0 is compatible with Acrobat 8 & 9+ Professional and Standard on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (both 32 & 64-bit).

PDF CanOpener allows PDF power users and developers to identify, locate, and manipulate data in PDF documents. The software provides a visual display of internal PDF structures and powerful tools for navigating between visual elements on a page and objects in the PDF structure (font type, color space, image compression and resolution values, etc.). Once identified, PDF CanOpener provides the ability to edit, copy/paste and print this structural information.

Version 4 adds compatibility with Acrobat 9+, a new installer and an security mechanism that assists users who are migrating to newer operating systems and 64-bit platforms. Other additions include improved navigation features, the ability to indicate field annotation types and more instant information on objects in the popup information windows.

To find out more, or to download a free trial version of the software, check out the official product page.

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