UNIVERSE Software releases pdf-Office Professional 6.0

March 29, 2007


UNIVERSE Software has released version 6.0 of pdf-Office Professional offering new functionality for users in terms of form creation and importing graphics and images.

pdf-Office Professional 6.0 enables users to now import all common graphic formats as well as creating images and renderings within the software itself. Additionally, users can boost existing templates to dynamic interactive PDF forms.

One of the more outstanding functions in pdf-Office Professional 6.0 is the integrated drawing function which enables users to create common graphics such as circles, rectangles, as well as fill and color the graphical images. The product also features 128-bit AES encryption for form-field protection.

UNIVERSE Software also redesigned and streamlined the user interface as well as improving the field copying and alignment. The latest version also offers optional letter-spacing in field text, where the text alignment automatically adjusts to the length of the field.

The program is compatible with Windows 95 or later, MacOSX and Linus platforms. The company also offers free upgrades to existing users and offers a fully-functional free test version. pdf-Office Professional 6.0 is available at the company Web site as well as more detailed release notes.

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