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Redax 3.6 removes sensitive info from PDF files

updated 12:35 pm EST, Tue March 23, 2004

Appligent Redax 3.6

Appligent today announced , an upgrade to the company's solution for redacting or removing sensitive text and images from PDF documents: "With Redax 3.6, Appligent has eliminated the need for all the users within a workflow to have the Redax plug-in installed in order to view marked-up content prior to redaction. Instead, users can simply open, view and print this marked-up content using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software already installed in their Windows or Macintosh PC." Redax 3.6 can mark-up documents and insert the codes used by government and legal professionals to indicate reasons for redaction. It will ship later this month for $350.

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