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Free novaPDF version 7.6

Posted In PDF tools - By Techtiplib on Friday, March 30th, 2012 With No Comments »

What is new in novaPDF version 7.6:

  • Added Macros for Text Watermarks
  • Multiple Copies of the same page/document can now be converted to a single PDF filenovaPDF version 7.6
  • The Collate option is now recognized when used with Multiple Copies
  • novaPDF can now be installed using parameters from a single setup configuration file
  • After installation is successful, you have the option to open the website
  • Optimized conversion for documents containing Unicode fonts
  • When using the add-in for Microsoft Publisher, the printing process is not cancelled anymore even if the user does not have rights to set printer page size
  • Corrected language selection depending on regional settings
  • For silent installations, a novaPDF icon was briefly shown in taskbar, now it won’t show up anymore

System requirement: novaPDF is compatible with both 32/64-bits editions of these operating systems: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2011 Server, 2008 Server, 2003 Server and Windows 2000.


After the download is completed, run the setup file. You will be guided through the installation process.

novaPDF can be used free of charge for an unlimited period of time, however if novaPDF is not registered (paid for), each page of the PDF files produced will contain a small notice at the bottom. To remove it from the PDF files further created, you need to purchase and enter a valid serial number. For information on how to purchase novaPDF, please visit the Buy Now section.

If you are a registered user of novaPDF you can download and install over the previous installation as long as it is the same major version number (no need to uninstall) and your registration information will be preserved.

Download Free novaPDF version 7.6 here!

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