Global Graphics Releases Jaws PDF Editor V3.0 With All New Forms Capabilities
Press release from the issuing company
Centreville, VA and Cambridge UK, April 19th, 2006: Jaws PDF Editor 3.0, the latest version of the popular low-cost application which provides the ability to view, search, manipulate, merge, mark-up and print PDF documents is released today by Global Graphics. New features in Jaws PDF Editor 3.0 include:
- All new PDF forms-fill capabilities providing users with the ability to fill, edit, save and print data in form fields within PDF files.
- The import and export of FDF-based (Forms Data Format) forms data, allowing efficient processing of field data without having to send the original PDF form, so reducing band width requirements when sending data from forms that have been filled.
- Support for opening and displaying PDF 1.5 files. Operations that are supported include: opening, printing, displaying, annotating, saving, merging, page manipulation and bookmark manipulation.
Jaws PDF Editor v.3.0 builds on a range of already powerful functions including:
View, navigate and print PDF files: Jaws PDF Editor allows users to open, view and print PDF files. Navigation options include the use of bookmarks, a page view of the document for thumbnail-driven navigation, or the use of document hyperlinks. By using Jaws PDF Editor as the default PDF viewer in Internet Explorer, users can also use the editing tools when viewing PDF files from the web.
Page manipulation tools: PDF pages can be easily inserted, extracted, deleted, rotated, and re-ordered using Jaws PDF Editor. Bookmarks can be created or edited for easy page navigation and a Finish Document Wizard gives users a clear step-by-step guide to producing a final PDF file.
Annotate with comments: Built-in, powerful commenting capabilities power the use of PDF in workflows. Review and approval become quick and easy by creating and saving comments directly in the PDF file where users can add "sticky note" comments or highlight, strikeout and underline text. All comment types optionally have a pop-up comment window into which users can type additional information. Comments can be imported and exported and users can list and sort by caption, type, date or page to check and change properties, as well as hide comments.
Security: Confidential or sensitive business documents often require restricted user access. Jaws PDF Editor allows users to restrict document features such as print, annotating, editing and copying text. Access can also be limited or restricted by assigning ‘document’ and ‘file open’ passwords.
Platform support and availability
Jaws PDF Editor v.3.0 is compatible with the PDF 1.5, PDF 1.4 and PDF 1.3 specifications and runs on Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server; and Terminal Services, Citrix Metaframe Presentation Server 3.0 running on Windows 2000 Server, 2003 Server.
Jaws PDF Editor v.3.0 is available immediately by download from http://jawspdf.com, for purchase or as a 14-day trial version, and from Authorized Resellers and Distributors that can be found on http://jawspdf.com
Jaws PDF Editor 3.0 costs $59.00 (EUR 49.00 / £33.00). Users of previous versions of Jaws PDF Editor can upgrade to version 3.0 for an introductory discount purchase price of just $23.00 (EUR 19.00 / £13.00). This time-limited offer is available until 30th June 2006 when pricing will revert to the normal upgrade price of $29.00 (EUR 24.00 / £16.00).
Volume discounts are available for corporate and government customers wishing to seat between 25 - 299 users and for education users under the Educational Licensing Program (details at http://jawspdf.com).
For a period of time users can buy Jaws PDF Editor and Jaws PDF Creator for a combined
Price of $84 (EUR 69 / £47). See www.jawspdf.com for details.
Enterprise site licensing program (ESLP)
Jaws PDF Editor is also available through the Global Graphics ESLP, a simple volume software licensing program. ESLP gives corporate and government customers seating more than 300 desktops access to powerful PDF generation, review, mark-up and assembly capability while significantly reducing the total cost of licensing and maintenance support. The economy is achieved because administrators need not purchase bundled licensing, but can scale the purchase based on the need of each user. The Global Graphics ESLP is available through all Authorized Resellers of Jaws PDF technology or directly through Global Graphics. For a full list of Authorized Resellers and more information on ESLP visit http://www.jawspdf.com
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