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PDF Creation From ASCII Files Now is FREE from absolutePDF

PDF Creation From ASCII Files Now is FREE from absolutePDF

(PRWEB) January 24, 2006

absolutePDF just released version 1.1 of absolutePDF-Spool Base. The application is now Freeware and requires only a free registration on the website to get a valid activation key.

This GUI application is able to "print" the contents of an ASCII file to a graphical PDF file. The background PDF file may contain any graphical element (just like a pre-printed paper for dot-matrix printers) and can be prepared using any virtual PDF printer (like the export to PDF function of, a recommended option).

With this tools it's very easy to convert the output from a legacy application, which before printed ASCII text on a dot-matrix printer with pre-printed paper, to richly graphical PDF files.

Samples and online manuals are included, and a friendly support team is usually ready to answer all questions and help solve startup and subsequent implementation problems.

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Go to the website for downloads and other useful tools for PDF creation and network communications.


absolutePDF is a software firm based in Italy, with a strong background in PDF generation and manipulation. Its mission is to create and distribute tools for software developers, with products mainly focused on PDF generation and network communications.


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