Work with PDF documents is one of the major parts of a lawyer’s work, and effective tools are needed for that. Imagine you’ve got an agreement in PDF format and only need to make some minor, local edits to finalize it, such as to change the parties’ details in the beginning and the end of the agreement… Read more ›
No user community can be said to be more loyal than those whose task is to test new software products. Given the number of bugs, errors, blank screens and freezes we testers are confronted with throughout product development, we need such loyalty to see the job through. And given that… Read more ›
In software engineering it pays to be very generous to users, especially when it comes to interface design. All too often, programs’ GUIs require users to interpret graphics and menus that are more like complicated sobriety tests – rather than seamless, intuitive and near-automatic ways to speed through tasks. For example, one of my tasks when I joined the PDF Transformer team was to… Read more ›
Today we are glad to announce the release of a major update of ABBYY PDF Transformer+, our PDF software specially designed for easy editing and work with PDF documents. The update delivers three major improvements for work with PDF: printing speed became up to 3 times faster, navigation across multi-page PDFs was enhanced and now it has become possible to correct table separators before copying.
To learn all about new ABBYY PDF Transformer+ read the press release of the update.
by Maksim Pikhenko, ABBYY Head of PDF Tools Development Group
One of my most rewarding experiences has been my association with ABBYY’s Research Center for Arabic Languages. As a developer I was tasked by the Center with enabling PDF Transformer+ to collaborate, edit and work with PDF documents in Arabic – no small job given that the PDF software would have to understand all the rules of the language in order to work correctly. For example… Read more ›