pdfFactory is the first PDF creation tool designed for non-expert users. Anyone can create PDF documents that can be published on Web sites, emailed, or archived. PDF files are used to represent printed material electronically. When viewed and printed, they contain all the fonts, graphical information, layout and formatting of an original printed document. A PDF file can be viewed on any operating system including MacOS, and all Unix variants including Linux.
- the onscreen page display now correctly represents the printable and unprintable areas of the sheet as defined by the pdfFactory printer’s margins
- you can now sort the list of print jobs by clicking on the job name column header. The first click sorts the list in ascending order, the second click sorts in descending order, and the third click restores the original order
- fixed problems imaging some embedded fonts when printed from Adobe Reader to pdfFactory
- fixed a bug where custom paper sizes sometimes could not be deleted
- Ctrl-A now selects all pages. To deselect a page you can Ctrl-click on that page
- (Pro only) the “Crop all pages” command no longer trims the crop rectangle to the content of the selected page
- (Pro only) the “Crop all pages” command now works silently instead of scrolling through the pages onscreen
- (Pro only) fixed problems where changes made to Page tags or Letterheads in the Page tags or Letterhead dialog did not rebuild the output PDF file
- (Pro only) fixed problems where sometimes embedded FP notes were not imaged at the correct location in the PDF file
- (Pro only) dragging a line note now gives more accurate feedback on where the line will be placed when it is dropped
- (Pro only) fixed problems where the Bookmarks tab sometimes disappeared, or individual bookmarks disappeared
Reviewing 5.16 (Sep 19, 2014)
This is quite a good product but I think it is too expensive for what it is, especially when I've read that people can get free programs that do the same thing.
Of course it is much cheaper than Adobe so that's one thing!
It does a good job and is user-friendly but I would prefer it was cheaper.
You can buy it here: http://simplenewz.com/20...-Directories/feed/22227
Reviewing 5.12 (Jul 9, 2014)
Of all Adobe alternatives I tried, this one has the best rendering.
Reviewing 184.108.40.206 Beta (Jul 26, 2010)
It may be expensive, but of course it supports Windows 7 x32 and x64, no problem at all. And, in my experience, the rendering is excellent.
Reviewing 3.51 (Nov 9, 2009)
that's too expensive! it dosent deserve and even cant support windows 7!so i think i should still support Simpo PDF Creator,it's better than this.i think everyone who are trying to use this one have to use the same with me,it's really better! you can check it! http://www.simpopdf.com/pdf-creator.html i am serious!
Reviewing 3.49 (May 13, 2009)
The accuracy of the font rendering in PDF Factory is absolute rubbish.
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