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Solid PDF Creator 2.0 released

December 06, 2007

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Redmond, Washington-based Solid Documents has announced the release of Solid PDF Creator 2.0. Along with several improvements to PDF creation quality, the new version supports encryption, document properties and output to standard PDF or PDF/A-1b archive compliant format.

"We offer functionality and simplicity at an affordable price," said Michael Cartwright, CEO of Solid Documents. "When it comes to working with documents, we all want simple, affordable solutions. Solid PDF Creator provides a great PDF creation solution without requiring that you pay a fortune."

Solid PDF Creator 2.0 is available for $29.95 for individual users, with volume discounts available through the Solid Documents Enterprise License Program. The company also specialising in PDF to Excel tools. For additional information on features, pricing, and volume licensing programs, please visit the Solid Documents web site.

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