DeBary, Florida - Feb 22 2008 -- Browning Communications recently launched Adobe PDF JobReady, a new feature on their web site granting customers the ability to convert their created files into PDF form.
The PDF JobReady feature is provided to preserve electronic files in a universal portable document format (PDF), before submitting to print. The utility prevents problems experienced with multiple computer platforms, programs and typical file transfer such as missing fonts and format errors. The customer's file is therefore preserved as created, and submitted in print ready form.
"If you have ever sent an electronic file to a printer you know the typical issues that can be encountered," said Dean W. O'Brien, President of Browning Communications. "The PDF JobReady tool allows us to eliminate those problems and give our customers a more streamlined printing process. The result is no hassles and no technical problems to resolve. The file sent is encrypted and secure."
To utilize this feature, print buyers simply download the feature from Browning Communications' web site . After obtaining the software, an option, "Send to browningcom.net" will be created in the print buyer's print menu, similar to a printer driver. Selecting this option will link the buyer to the PDF JobReady software, and eventually the Browning Communications' site. The customer will then be guided through a step-by-step direction to create and submit their file.
Browning Communications provides a full range of printing and direct mail services. The company, which began business in 1986, operates in DeBary, Florida and reaches a national market.
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