Enolsoft releases PDF Magic for Mac

September 14, 2011


Enolsoft Corporation,has announced the release of PDF Magic for Mac, its all-in-one PDF solution for Mac users. PDF Magic for Mac allows users to split, merge, assort, rotate and insert PDF content using a simple drag-and-drop interface.

Enolsoft's PDF Magic for Mac is an easy-to-use tool that allows a user to split a multipage PDF document into smaller PDFs, merge several PDF files into a single file, insert PDF pages into another PDF document, create new PDF documents from image and pages, extract pages from a PDF document and rotate PDF pages.

The key features of PDF Magic for Mac include:

  • Fully compatible with Mac OS X Lion.
  • Splits multipage PDF documents into smaller PDFs.
  • Merges multiple PDFs into a single document.
  • Inserts PDFs, images and pages into PDF documents.
  • Reorganizes PDF pages via a simple drag-and-drop interface.
  • Extracts PDF pages for creating new documents.
  • Rotates PDF pages.
  • Zoom in and zoom out to preview PDF files.
  • All processing accessible through a drag-and-drop interface.
  • Supports batch processing of multiple PDF documents.

Read more about this product or download a free trial version at Enolsoft PDF Magic for Mac.

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