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SmileonMyMac tweaks PDF Pen

August 15, 2007

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SmileonMyMac never sleeps and just updated its PDFpen utilities, with the latest updates enabling greater compatibility with Adobe Acrobat markup by displaying all drawn annotations, including stamps.

In addition, the 3.3 releases of PDFpen and PDFpenPro have added a new feature which gives users the ability to lock large image files by default. This feature will particularly be handy if you’ve added mark-up to scanned documents.

PDFpen gives users the ability to correct and modify existing PDF text, resize and delete PDF images. It also enables fillable PDF forms and to copy and paste rich text and retain fonts and formatting when copying from PDFs.

The latest update is free for users of PDFpen and PDFpenPro 3.x and can be found at SmileonMyMac.com.

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