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pdfaPilot

by Callas Software

Platform(s): Win Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 2003 Windows Vista
License: Commercial

Application type: Plug-in
Categories:
Editing & Management

Features

The PDF/A international standard is now widely adopted as the de facto guarantee of durable electronic archives. But how can PDF/A compliancy be easily integrated into your workplace?
callas pdfaPilot is a plug-in for Adobe® Acrobat® (Standard and Professional) that makes creating PDF/A compliant files so simple even non-technical users can do it. callas pdfaPilot creates PDF/A archives in seconds while handling every technical detail.
Designed for organizations generating varied documents with a long life-cycle, callas pdfaPilot ensures you will be able to view and reproduce your files for the years to come.

Benefits

  • Affordable and easy to use, pdfaPilot enables all users to create PDF/A-1 compliant documents
  • Offers clear reports with instructions and detailed explanations
  • Provides easily understandable and reliable information on PDF/A conformity
  • Can be used immediately without training due to the intuitive user interface - no experts required!
  • Minimizes risks during archiving documents by strict compliance to the PDF/A standard
  • Fully implements all checks required by the international standard ISO 19005-1:2005 (PDF/A-1)
  • Ensures complete fidelity to layout of the PDF files to be archived
  • Creates future-proof archives

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