Nuance Communications Inc. has released Power PDF 2 software, designed to help businesses create, convert, edit, assemble and securely share PDF files.

The new release includes improved document security, enhanced tag editing capabilities, integration of a new “PDF Create” button in Chrome and Firefox, and a new OCR proofreader, among other features.

The Power PDF 2 user interface is modeled after the latest Microsoft ribbon interface, aimed at making it easy to use for those familiar with Windows 10. The software also supports Windows 10 touch-enabled two-in-one laptop devices similar to the Microsoft Surface.

The interface includes a “find a tool” search capability, and the Quick Access Toolbar allows users to create shortcuts to frequently used functions. Power PDF 2 also has a “touch mode” option on the Quick Access Toolbar to optimize the size of toolbars and tool icons to the device being used.

“Nuance Power PDF 2 addresses the needs of the more than 270 million active Windows 10 users by delivering PDF software tools that conform with their familiar Microsoft Office 2016 experience,” said Holly Muscolino, research VP, printing, imaging and document solutions for market intelligence company IDC in a statement. “It provides an impressive array of features specifically designed to make business staff and mobile professionals more secure and productive, with pricing and licensing structures that makes it easy and cost effective to deploy in large and small organizations.”

Nuance Power PDF Advanced 2 is offered for $149.99 with volume discounts available. Power PDF Standard 2 for individuals, home offices and small workgroups is offered for $99.99. For additional information, visit www.nuance.com/powerpdf.

 

 

Nuance Introduces Enhanced PDF Software

Burlington, Mass.

Nuance Communications Inc. has released Power PDF 2 software, designed to help businesses create, convert, edit, assemble and securely share PDF files.

The new release includes improved document security, enhanced tag editing capabilities, integration of a new “PDF Create” button in Chrome and Firefox, and a new OCR proofreader, among other features.

The Power PDF 2 user interface is modeled after the latest Microsoft ribbon interface, aimed at making it easy to use for those familiar with Windows 10. The software also supports Windows 10 touch-enabled two-in-one laptop devices similar to the Microsoft Surface.

The interface includes a “find a tool” search capability, and the Quick Access Toolbar allows users to create shortcuts to frequently used functions. Power PDF 2 also has a “touch mode” option on the Quick Access Toolbar to optimize the size of toolbars and tool icons to the device being used.

“Nuance Power PDF 2 addresses the needs of the more than 270 million active Windows 10 users by delivering PDF software tools that conform with their familiar Microsoft Office 2016 experience,” said Holly Muscolino, research VP, printing, imaging and document solutions for market intelligence company  IDC in a statement. “It provides an impressive array of features specifically designed to make business staff and mobile professionals more secure and productive, with pricing and licensing structures that makes it easy and cost effective to deploy in large and small organizations.”

Nuance Power PDF Advanced 2 is offered for $149.99 with volume discounts available. Power PDF Standard 2 for individuals, home offices and small workgroups is offered for $99.99. For additional information, visit www.nuance.com/powerpdf.

 

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