Proview PDF Editor 1.2 released

August 25, 2010


UK-based Coherent Graphics has launched Proview 1.2, their updated full-featured PDF Editor for Mac OS X. Proview's simple interface provides access to a variety of PDF creation and editing features.

The software allows users to manage PDF bookmarks, add or remove PDF attachments, and add text and dates to one or more pages. Additionally, users can manipulate pages or edit encrypted files, as well as decrypt and encrypt PDF documents. The product also ships with interactive help functionality.

In addition to being twice as fast as the previous version, the latest iteration adds visual selection for cropping, and the ability to edit page bleed, trim, art and crop boxes individually.

"I'm excited to be bringing our reliable server PDF manipulation technology to desktop users," said John Whitington, founder and CEO of Cambridge based Coherent Graphics Ltd. "We believe Proview will serve to help anyone get their work done better and more efficiently. So whether you need to edit PDF bookmarks, add page numbers, add attachments, or crop pages, I think you'll find Proview can help."

Proview 1.2 is available immediately for $40.00 US for a single license. To find out more or to download a free trial version of the software, check out the official Proview webpage.

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