ARTS PDF releases groundbreaking Aerialist for PDF document production
September 13, 2004
ARTS PDF today announced the release of its new Adobe Acrobat plug-in for precision PDF document control. ARTS PDF Aerialist takes Acrobat to the next level, providing advanced tools for splitting, merging, stamping, creating bookmarks and hyperlinks, and automating processes.
"ARTS PDF Aerialist gives professionals the power to prepare PDF documents for exchange, archival, submission or publishing," said Gary Armstrong, Vice President of Sales, ARTS PDF. "Think of a 'dream features' wish list for Acrobat -- this is what Aerialist delivers."
Professionals in industries such as legal, finance, pharmaceuticals, IT, publishing and government agencies can benefit from ARTS PDF Aerialist in a variety of ways:
Perform advanced document conversion and assembly
Retain cross-document navigation
Permanently update documents with headers, footers, numbering and watermarks
Automate document navigation creation and audit complex cross-document linking
Quickly combine tasks into the one sequence and process large PDF document collections in a single mouse click
"For more than 10 years ARTS PDF has developed many of the leading individual third-party Acrobat plug-ins for document merging, splitting, bookmarks, links and stamping," said Armstrong. "We wanted to create the ultimate plug-in for Acrobat and give our customers more power and more flexibility. If you use Adobe Acrobat and want precision PDF document control, Aerialist delivers."
Pricing and Availability
ARTS PDF Aerialist works with Acrobat 5.0 and 6.0 -- both Windows and Macintosh -- and is available immediately. The product can be purchased now at PDF Store and from our extensive range of international resellers for US$379. For further information about ARTS PDF Aerialist, and to download a demonstration copy, visit the ARTS PDF Web site. Existing ARTS PDF Publish Suite owners are entitled to a free upgrade.
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