Foxit PhantomPDF now available in German and French

September 19, 2011


Foxit Corporation, a leading provider of PDF solutions, has launched German and French versions of Foxit PhantomPDF 5.0.3, its PDF software for viewing, editing, creating, designing, organising and securing PDF documents. Foxit PhantomPDF is available in three different editions: Express, Standard and Business.

Foxit PhantomPDF 5.0.3 has now been localized for the German and French market, and is available through Foxit's regional distributors. Foxit PhantomPDF Express is a base product that is best-suited for individuals or home users. Foxit PhantomPDF Express allow users to create standards-compliant PDFs from number of other file types. It also includes annotation features such as adding comments, highlighting text and stamping.

Foxit PhantomPDF Standard includes all the features of PhantomPDF Express, while adding the ability to edit PDF content, design and create PDF forms. It also supports security features such as use of passwords, encryption and digital signatures. Foxit PhantomPDF Business is an all-in-one business-ready PDF solution that provides additional capabilities such as security required for protection of documents and archives to meet compliance or corporate governance standards.

Read more about Foxit's products at Foxit website.

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