French and German Language Support for Jaws PDF Editor Available
Press release from the issuing company
Cambridge, UK, 13 January 2004: Jaws PDF Editor, the popular low-cost application which handles the manipulation and mark-up of Portable Document Format (PDF) files, is released today with French and German language support by Global Graphics Software, a subsidiary of Global Graphics SA and a leading developer and supplier of high-performance solutions for document creation, management and printing.
Previously available only in English, Jaws PDF Editor v2.1 is an easy to use and flexible application designed for business users familiar with Microsoft Office and similar applications. It is particularly suitable for multi-user organisations needing a low-cost and intuitive facility to view, search, manipulate, merge, mark-up and print PDF documents. Editing and comment/mark-up capabilities include page insertion, extraction, reordering and rotation, text and column selection plus text search and annotation (including notes, highlight, strikethrough and underline). Jaws PDF Editor can be used as a stand-alone tool or as a fully-compatible companion to the Windows version of Jaws PDF Creator, Global Graphics’ popular PDF creation package.
Priced at a highly competitive US$39 and compatible with PDF 1.4 and PDF 1.3 specifications, Jaws PDF Editor 2.1 is available for Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000 and XP.
Jaws PDF Editor v2.1 is available immediately for purchase and direct download from www.jawspdf.com. The software can also be purchased in France from Global Graphics’ distributor SeinerInformatique: Tel: +33 1 41 83 75 20, Web site: www.sienerinformatique.com and in Germany from Actino: Tel: + 49 40 399 290 0, Web site: www.actino.com .Users of previous versions of Jaws PDF Editor can upgrade to version 2.1 for free.
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