Using novaPDF Pro you can easily create high quality PDF files in an affordable and reliable way from any Windows application. It installs as a virtual printer driver and its easy-to-use interface helps you generate the PDF files by simply selecting the "print" command from any application (you can convert your Word documents, Excel sheets, PowerPoint presentations, AutoCad drawings, emails or web pages). Its purpose is to enable users to easily exchange electronic documents, independently of the application in which they were initially created. The resulted PDF files can be viewed on any computer with a PDF viewer (reader) installed.
You can password protect the PDF files you create and permissions can be restricted to prevent the document from being viewed, printed, modified, copied or annotated. Your PDF documents will be protected and secured with 40-bit and 128-bit encryption algorithms.
novaPDF Pro is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server and requires approximately 4MB of free disk space for the installation. It doesn't require Adobe Acrobat or GhostScript to be installed to generate the pdf file.
novaPDF Pro can generate PDF files with embedded fonts. This means that your PDF files can be read and printed on any system without distributing your font separately, while maintaing the original intended design.
novaPDF Pro has a lot of features that allows you to: modify the paper size (or create new custom page sizes for large format printing), modify the resolution (from 72 to 2400 dpi), change page orientation (portrait, landscape), fonts embedding (support for OpenType and TrueType), compress text and images (zip and Jpeg compression allow the generation of smaller output files) and lots more.
Using novaPDF Pro, both individual users and businesses are able to create PDF documents and easily share them, making the process of collaboration more efficient.
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