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Software602 releases Print2PDF 8.0

September 11, 2008

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Software602 has announced the updated release of its PDF conversion solution Print2PDF 8.0.

This release gives boosted conversion capabilities, including the ability to create an Adobe PDF from any application that can print.

Additionally users can process multiple documents for batch conversion, and Print2PDF gives users a method for setting up pre-configured profiles for more expedient PDF creation.

The latest updates include PDF attachment support, enhanced profile only mode, JPEG 2000 image compression, RibbonX toolbar support for Microsoft Word 2007 and Excel 200-7.

Print2PDF also offers new multi-language support. Users can create, merge and sign PDF documents with the digital signature from the Windows Certificate Store and retain security over document changes and content extraction using 128-bit RC4 PDF security permissions.

Print2PDF 8.0 licensing starts at $99.95 for a 3-user license. The all-inclusive Premium Edition for unlimited users is $5999.95. The company also offers a feature limited Free Edition.

More information about the trial edition can be found here.

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