Win2PDF 7 creates PDF, PDF/A, XPS, TIFF, and SVG files from any Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 application (including x64 editions). To make PDF files, just print to Win2PDF from any Windows application.
Description: Win2PDF 7 creates PDF, PDF/A, XPS, TIFF, and SVG files from any Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 application (including x64 editions). To make PDF files, just print to Win2PDF from any Windows application.
·Create documents from any Windows application that supports printing in the following formats:
PDF - Portable Document Format
PDF/A - Portable Document Format for Archiving (PDF/A-1b, ISO 19005-1:2005)
XPS - XML Paper Specification
TIFF - Tagged Image File Format
SVG - Scalable Vector Graphics
·Merge PDF documents to the beginning or end of an existing PDF file.
·Integrates with Outlook and Outlook Express, or other MAPI e-mail clients to automatically attach PDF files to e-mail messages.
·Custom Windows applications including Visual Basic applications can easily interface with Win2PDF and can control the PDF file name without user intervention.
·The Win2PDF Pro version has all of the features of Win2PDF, but it also includes support for password protecting PDF files with 40- or 128-bit encryption, and applying a watermark.
Limitations of the Evaluation Version
· The demonstration version of Win2PDF will add an extra page to each document and will occasionally display a evaluation reminder pop up window.
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