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PDF Enhancer 3.5 boasts better color conversions

updated 06:55 pm EDT, Wed June 10, 2009

PDF Enhancer 3.5 announced

Apago has announced V3.5 of its PDF Enhancer software. The program is used to produce various types of PDF files, eliminating unnecessary information to decrease file size and speed up the use of each PDF. The upgrade supports more device link profiles and color patterns, improving font handling and color management. These new features help ensure more accurate color conversions, lending to device-specific colors. V3.5 also includes an ICC-based color conversion engine, a page box added to the interface, and stamping managers.

PDF Enhancer 3.5 will be released later this summer from the Apago website. The standard edition, professional edition, and server edition will cost $200, $400 and $1000, respectively. V3.5 will be available for free to all registered users of PDF Enhancer 3.x.

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