novaPDF Server Std 7.0 Bui

Posted by download in Other, Software on 13-02-2010

Application details

novaPDF is a PDF Creator for Windows that allows you to easily create PDF files (that are searchable). With novaPDF, everyone from novice users to professionals can create professional quality documents in industry-standard PDF format, by simply selecting the "Print" command from virtually any application. novaPDF gives you the ability to make use of all its features such as: PDF Bookmarks, PDF links, shared network PDF printing, public and private profiles, PDF watermark, PDF compression, PDF security, PDF Overlay, merging PDF files and more. Key Features * Universality. Converts any type of printable documents (DOC, XLS, PPT, EML, HTML, TXT, ...) into searchable PDF files. * PDF Security. PDF files can be password protected to control whether the PDF can be viewed, printed, modified, copied or annotated. 40-bit and 128-bit encryption levels are supported. For example, you can protect the PDF so that readers cannot copy the text from it. * PDF bookmarks. Detects headings in the original document and adds corresponding bookmarks in the generated PDF file. * Merge PDF files. You can append or insert the content of the document being converted, to an existing PDF file. * Shared network PDF Printer. nova PDF Server can be installed on one computer in a network environment, and used by any computer in that network (supports also Terminal Servers and Remote Desktop Connections). *PDF Overlay. This allows adding the content of the document currently being printed via novaPDF as the background or foreground of an existing PDF file, with options to customize the position of that added content. * PDF Watermark. Using this PDF creator you can stamp a PDF with custom text or an image and apply transparency, rotation, opacity, color variation or other effects. * Standalone. Does not require Ghostscript or other 3rd party software to create PDF files so you can make PDF files right after you have novaPDF installed.

 

 

 


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