BinaryNow announces Print2PDF 9

January 14, 2011


BinaryNow, Inc., has announced the release of Print2PDF 9, its software for PDF creation with integration to document management and document distribution systems. The new version has been enhanced to provide a number of new functional features.

Print2PDF 9 allows users to create a PDF document from any application via print options and supports batch conversion of multiple documents into PDF. Print2PDF 9 provides the ability to create, merge, split, digitally sign and time-stamp PDF documents. Print2PDF also allows users to control document changes and content-extraction through PDF security permissions. The software supports standards such as PDF/A-1b and PDF/A-1a.

Key new features in version 9.0 include:

  • Support for PDF 1.7
  • Supports Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Microsoft Office 2010
  • Enhanced 64-bit architecture
  • New user-friendly menu
  • Supports PDF manipulation with splitting and adding
  • Supports PDF signature visualisation and digital timestamps
  • Client Installation in MSI format
  • Automatic software update

Print2PDF 9 supports multi-language with upto 17 languages including English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish (Mexico or Spain), Swedish and Turkish. The pricing for Print2PDF 9 starts at USD 299.95 for a 5-user license and USD 3,199.95 for 250-user license.

Read more about Print2PDF 9 at

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