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Jaws PDF Creator 3.0 Wins PC Magazine Editors Choice Award

Wednesday, July 30, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

July 29, 2003 – Jaws PDF Creator 3.0 from Global Graphics Software has won an Editors’ Choice Award from PC Magazine as one of two top-rated PDF creation packages of 12 surveyed in a feature on inexpensive PDF creation alternatives to Adobe Acrobat software appearing in the magazine’s August 5, 2003 issue. Jaws PDF Creator 3.0 won top honors “for uniformly producing high-quality PDF files in the magazine’s tests with no notable problems,” and because it “did a better job [than the other top-rated package] creating PDF files with graphics.” The survey of PDF creation tools, entitled, “PDFing Cheap” is also available on the PC Magazine web site at http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4149,1191734,00.asp According to the magazine's review: "Global Graphics Software's Jaws PDF Creator 3.0 produced uniformly high-quality PDF files on our tests with no notable problems. Jaws doesn't have as many features as FinePrint pdfFactory PRO 1.57, but it did a better job creating PDF files with graphics. If you can live without features such as the ability to combine multiple files into a single file, you should take a close look at this tool.... Like most of the programs in this roundup, Jaws creates PDF files significantly larger than those that Acrobat 6.0 makes. But Jaws closely matched Acrobat's quality when converting CorelDraw, Excel, and PowerPoint files... The Web pages Jaws converted into PDF files looked good, but Jaws didn't convert the links. It compressed the Photoshop test file to an impressively small 98K—an important advantage for sending files by e-mail... " The full review is available at: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4149,1190648,00.asp




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