pdfFactory is an easy, reliable PDF creation tool from all applications, 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. Only pdfFactory allows printing to paper or PDF without printing twice. Acrobat is not needed for printing. pdfFactory combines multiple documents into a single PDF. Increases the convenience of document delivery by having a single PDF that contains material from different sources. Just keep printing documents to pdfFactory and they will automatically be combined. A PDF file can be viewed on any operating system including MacOS, and all Unix variants including Linux.
Create PDFs on letterhead.
Add page numbering, headers, footers, watermarks.
Bookmark each job automatically.
Create table of contents automatically.
Convert to grayscale.
Add text notes.
Fill in forms.
Add multiple signatures and initials with Notes function
Combine documents into a single PDF and rearrange them.
Custom Drivers for specific tasks.
Text highlight, copy and redact.
Graphic copy, delete, save.
Convert text to links.
Version 5.37 – June 7, 2016
page tags and text notes that refer to environment variables (i.e. <%variable_name%>) now refresh the values of the environment variables at each rendering
fixed an FpFile error 4 that sometimes happened when printing from FinePrint to pdfFactory
fixed an issue related to Outlook 2016
pdfFactory Release Notes
Version 5.34 – January 20, 2016
performance and stability improvements
when printing to a physical printer, the progress window now allows you to cancel the print job
fixed problems imaging temporary OpenType fonts printed from IE
(Pro only) fixed problems with the “Lighten” setting when applied to some 32-bpp bitmaps
(Pro only) the PDF permissions for “Filling of form fields”, “Signing”, and”Creation of Template Pages” are now set correctly when encrypted PDF files are created
(Pro only) manually editing a bookmark (creating, changing the text, moving, etc.) no longer causes the PDF file to be immediately regenerated. This is helpful for very large or complex sessions. The PDF file will be regenerated when you click away from the Bookmarks tab (either to another tab, or to another Windows application).