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Ascertia releases a new version of PDF Sign&Seal

April 05, 2011

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Ascertia, a provider of Digital Signature products and solutions, announced the release of latest version 6.0.2 of PDF Sign&Seal, its flagship desktop-based product for creating, signing, time-stamping and sealing PDF documents. The new version features an enhanced user interface, integration with Ascertia Docs and support for PDF/A creation.

PDF Sign&Seal is convenient to use and enables business managers to review, digitally sign and approve PDF documents while ensuring strong traceability and accountability. PDF Sign&Seal includes a Signature designer tool for developing the appearance of digital signatures and a PDF converter.

The new PDF Sign&Seal 6.0.2 features:

  • An enhanced user interface with capabilities to design PDF forms, rotate and merge
  • Creation and signing of PDF/A compliant documents
  • Scanning documents to PDF
  • Creation of stronger SHA-2 based RSA signatures
  • Integration with Ascertia Docs, a cloud-based document collaboration and workflow solution
  • One-click PDF creation and signing from Microsoft Office 2007/2010
  • Compatibility with 64-bit Windows 7

Check more on this product at PDF Sign&Seal

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