German software manufacturer new version 3.0 of the PDF Editor presents the German software manufacturer CAD-KAS presented at the beginning of the year the version 3.0 of the programme PDF Editor. The free demo version is available for download on the website pdfbearbeiten.de. The manufacturer trying to the success of the program to build on, which already used in Germany alone in over 10000 companies. The programme was originally presented in 2003. The immense demand contributed files for a low-cost solution for subsequent editing of PDF to the success. The latest version is available at the price of 39.99. By the feedback of thousands of users, the program over the years to an all-round tool in the area of PDF is matured processing.
Almost all aspects of a PDF document can be edited later. Basic features include the subsequent changing of text and image, and joining together and sharing of PDF files. Among the many changes of the new version, it stands first new crafted surface out. But a lot has been done also beneath the surface. The appearance of the PDF has been improved through use of documents from Microsoft’s graphic interface GDI +. This interface represents lines with an anti-aliasing.
The program has now Unicode-enabled. Now you can select Japanese so as program language, without having to restart the computer. Many new tools are available to the user at the disposal. Among others a marker was added, with which any points can be marked transparent. Thus, including text in a scanned document or a construction plan can be marked. But also for so-called revision cloud, a new tool can be found. “With the scanned text editor” the PDF Editor gets bought a new module for manipulating text in scanned documents. This module can be changed to lossless texts within a scanned image. There is a new feature, search the file for up to 10 key words and to highlight all sites differently. Text stamps, consisting of can be created from a freely definable text and the current date. So, the routine can be accelerated. Christian Kassler