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ARTS PDF Stamper release targets Mac users

August 11, 2004

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Last week, ARTS PDF released a Mac version of its ARTS PDF Stamper 3.0 software. The product, which is a plug-in for Acrobats 5.x and 6, is now available for use with Mac Classic, Mac OS X, and various flavors of Windows. Users will have access to a suite of stamping functions, including the ability to add static or dynamic text, numbering, watermarks and stamps to PDF documents. These items can be added either on an individual basis, or in groups, according to a predefined profile. The best news for mac users though, is that the software boasts feature parity across all supported platforms.

"The brand-new Mac version comes with all the features the Windows version has, making it the most flexible and feature-packed stamping tool for Mac users," said Vasseenee Maunthrooa, Product Manager, ARTS PDF. "And in addition, available immediately is the fully featured, fully compatible ARTS PDF Publish Suite 1.0 for Mac."

The various functions of ARTS PDF Stamper have also been exposed to Acrobat's batch processing engine, meaning that it's possible to sequence stamping with other commands to simplify the execution of batch or repetitive tasks.

ARTS PDF Stamper 3.0 and ARTS PDF Publish Suite 1.0 for Mac are now shipping.

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