Appligent, Inc. has announced the release of APSplit Desktop Edition, a standalone application for preparing PDF files to meet the document size requirements imposed by the courts and other government institutions on electronic filing submissions. Because it is based on Appligent's SPDF libraries, APSplit DE runs independently as a desktop application rather than as a plug-in for Adobe Acrobat.
"Legal professionals have asked for an easy-to-use PDF processing tool that doesn't rely on server-based software or Adobe Acrobat," said Virginia Gavin, Appligent's president. "APSplit DE is designed for the average end user yet still has the robust scalability that makes Appligent the choice of the IT professional."
More information and a free 30-day trial version of APSlit Desktop Edition can be found on the Appligent website.
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