Nuance Communications has launched a new version of Power PDF software, providing a touch-enabled, Windows 10-like experience for the creation, conversion, editing and sharing of PDF files.
Holly Muscolino, research VP, printing, imaging and document solutions for IDC, said: “Nuance Power PDF 2 addresses the needs of
more than 270 million active Windows 10 users by delivering PDF software tools that conform to their familiar Microsoft Office 2016 experience.”
She added: “It provides an impressive array of features specifially designed to make business staff and mobile professionals more secure and productive, with pricing and licensing structures that make it easy and cost-effective to deploy in large and small organisations.”
Meeting the growing need for business software to support touch-enabled hybrid devices, Power PDF 2 enables users to navigate, annotate and type using a tablet or notebook and a pen or figer. A ‘touch mode’ option on the Quick Access Toolbar optimises toolbars and icons for pressing with a figer.
Other useful features include a ‘find a tool’ search capability that enables users to find any tool or functionality in the application and a Quick Access Toolbar that allows users to create shortcuts to frequently used functions.