Norwalk, CT (PRWEB) January 22, 2007
Today, Visual Integrity Technologies announced availability of a free 30-day trial version of pdf2image 6.5. With it, users can generate high-fidelity images from Adobe® Acrobat® PDF files to enhance their Microsoft® Office documents, presentations, drawings and web-sites. Users of Microsoft Word, Publisher®, PowerPoint®, Visio®, Publisher® and FrontPage® can significantly improve the quality of their output by converting their PDF files by into the proper format and resolution to suit the requirements of their web-site, in-house printing project or professional publishing job.
pdf2image converts PDF files into the most useful image formats for Web and print publishing. Intelligent filter options, selected at the time of conversion, allow users of Microsoft Office and other Microsoft Windows® applications to specify the resolution and dimensions of the resulting JPEG, GIF or PNG file. Priced at $59, pdf2image is available directly from Visual Integrity® and its network of resellers and on-line outlets. pdf2image is also available bundled with pdf2picture, a companion program which breaks down a PDF file into its individual objects and text for further editing. The bundle costs $99.
For additional information on pdf2image, visit http://www.pdf2image.com. The product may be evaluated with full functionality for 30-days prior to purchase via http://www.download.com
About Visual Integrity
Founded in 1993, Visual Integrity has long been a leader in visual content conversion. Relied on by high-profile organizations globally, Visual Integrity products convert PostScript, PDF, EPS, WMF and EMF into most industry-standard vector and image formats without compromise. In addition to pdf2image and pdf2picture for Microsoft Office users, the company also produces pdf2cad, PDF FLY and META FLY. FLY Batch and FLY SDK, developer kits for batch process automation and custom application integration, are also available.
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