activePDF releases Toolkit 4.0 for dynamic PDF manipulation

February 16, 2005


activePDF Inc. has announced the release of activePDF Toolkit 4.0, (Documentation [PDF: 1.5 MB]) the latest iteration of the company's leading component for dynamic manipulation of PDF files. This new version introduces features such as digital signature capabilities, embedding Flash, dynamic form field creation, as well as double-byte character support.

Recently nominated as a finalist in the Best Software Component category for the upcoming 20th annual Codie Awards, activePDF Toolkit (Product datasheet [PDF: 225kb] ) is a scalable, programmable COM object that allows developers to dynamically create and manipulate PDFs. With Toolkit's robust API, the automation of virtually any PDF manipulation task becomes possible: Users can form-fill, append, stamp, stitch, merge, paint, add watermarks and bookmarks, set form fields, incorporate headers and footers, secure PDFs and much more with this affordable, server-based tool.

"Toolkit 4.0 is the first of several new and exciting activePDF product releases slated for 2005," says Tim Sullivan, activePDF CEO. "This major release represents our dedication to responding to the needs of our customers, as we continue to raise the bar in providing best-of-breed PDF software tools and components."

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