Redax 3.6 provides faster, easier PDF redaction workflow

March 30, 2004


Appligent, Inc. recently announced the release of Redax 3.6, an upgrade to the company's solution for redacting or removing sensitive text and images from PDF documents.

Redax 3.6 eliminates the need for all users within a workflow to have the Redax plug-in installed in order to view marked-up content prior to redaction. With the new version, users can simply open, view and print this marked-up content using the free Adobe Reader software already installed in their Windows or Macintosh PC.

"Redax 3.6 enables our customers to streamline their review process," says Virginia Gavin, president of Appligent. "This is important particularly for organizations that must route documents to content experts for review. All they need is the ubiquitous free Adobe Acrobat? Reader software to view or print the mark-up."

According to Appligent, the new version also adds complete support for virtually all B&W and color printers compatible with Microsoft Windows. Adobe PostScript printers continue to be fully supported in this release. Users can now easily print marked-up documents for off-line review and notation.

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