ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 released

May 21, 2009


ABBYY has announced the release of its ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0, the latest version of its PDF conversion and creation application.

Version 3.0 bring enhancements to the PDF conversion process and ABBYY’s Adaptive Document Recognition Technology enables users to re-create logical structure, text flow and consistent formatting of documents across multiple pages when converting PDFs.

The latest version also offers more flexibility for creating and modifying PDF documents and advanced features for secure editing and archiving PDF files.

"It is a versatile and flexible tool designed for a broad audience ranging from corporate users which need to streamline workflow process and reduce operating expenses in their organization to individual users who want to quickly and accurately extract information from PDF documents," said Sergey Popov, director of FineReader products department at ABBYY.

Version 3.0 also gives users the ability to redact sensitive information in PDF documents, add specific attributes such as stamps, convert PDFs and archive documents into searchable PDF/A format for long-term preservation. This version also gives support for PDF 1.7 and is Microsoft Office 2007 ready.

The program is compatible with Window-based systems. For purchase and more information on the latest release you can go to the company web site.

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