Software602 Releases Print2PDF 6.1

December 20, 2006


Software602 has announced the release of its Print2PDF 6.1 Server Edition with updated features for PDF print management and conversion power.

New features in the updated release improve JPEG2000 image compression for better image quality and reduced PDF files sizing, and boosted viewing options for enhanced control over PDF display qualities in Adobe Reader.

In addition, the latest release offers Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 toolbar integration providing one-click Web content to PDF archiving functionality.

Print2PDF 6.1 also gives authors the ability to create, merge and sign PDF documents using Digital ID as well as maintaining content control over document changes, print quality and content extraction.

The update also includes 128-bit RC4 PDF security permissions including low-resolution printing and supported text access for screen reader devices. Users can also access the Watermark and Stamp feature for branding corporate documents with logos, text or images.

Print2PDF 6.1 also gives CAD users resolution support of 4000 DPI for boosted conversion capabilities.

Print2PDF Server Edition pricing runs $299.95 for a ten user license and unlimited licensing starts at $3999.95. The company also offers single user licenses and third party application integration.

More information can be found at the company Web site here.

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