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SoftMaker enhances FlexiPDF with new editing capabilities

SoftMaker is releasing the 2019 version of its PDF editor, FlexiPDF, boosting the solution with new features and redesigned user interface.

The program allows users to edit PDF files as easily as with a classic word processor: FlexiPDF masters the processing of text, graphics and drawings, as well as the export of PDF files to various target formats.

Like the previous version, it distinguishes itself by making the editing of PDF documents as easy as working with a word processor. Users can edit, add, delete and format text across paragraphs, columns and pages. Inserting and editing drawings, comments and graphics is just as simple.

The new version comes with many improvements. FlexiPDF 2019 gives users the ability to not only fill out forms, but also create new ones, with interactive check boxes, selection lists, input fields and other form objects.

With the new “side-by-side” feature, two PDF files can be compared at lightning speed, and with Bates numbering, users can produce a stack of PDF files at the touch of a button, individually numbered in a freely selectable format.

The graphics capabilities of FlexiPDF have also been enhanced with some useful features. The new snapshot tool makes it possible to quickly capture areas of PDF pages and save them as graphic files.

If users want to edit an image in a PDF file, they no longer have to export it, edit it in a separate program, then reimport and reposition it. Now they can open an image editor directly from FlexiPDF with the click of a mouse. FlexiPDF automatically takes care of reimporting.

All icons on the toolbars have been restyled based on SoftMaker’s second major product, SoftMaker Office 2018. As with the Office suite, FlexiPDF 2019 also offers a touchscreen mode with large icons for touchscreens and high-resolution displays.

For more information about this update, visit www.softmaker.com.

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