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Download Nitro Reader 2.4.1.1 – 100% free

Posted In PDF tools - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 With No Comments »

Nitro Reader offers features and functionality far beyond typical PDF readers, and makes working with PDF easier than ever before.

Nitro PDF Reader is an application that allows you to view and edit PDF files in a user-friendly environment.

Here are some key features of “Nitro PDF Reader”:

Simplicity and familiarity

Nitro Reader utilizes the Microsoft® Office®-style Ribbon interface. Tasks and tools are separated into tabs, grouped by functionality, and represented graphically with easy-to-understand text labels, providing an immediately familiar user interface that won’t leave you searching for help.

A view for every PDF

Select the most appropriate Page View for the document you’re viewing: Single, displaying one and only one page at a time; Continuous, displaying all pages as a single uninterrupted column; Facing, displaying two pages side-by-side like a magazine or book; and Facing Continuous, with facing pages side-by-side as two vertical columns.

Create from file

Nitro Reader offers in-application functionality to create PDF from any file, with predefined profiles, as well as completely customized output options.

Extract images

Nitro Reader enables you to save all images contained in a PDF document as separate files to any folder or destination without modifying the original PDF file. Specify the format (BMP, JPG, PNG, and TIF), differentiate between color and monochrome with separate options, and use the Extract Images tool to create an exhaustive inventory of graphical content from any PDF file. With intelligent extraction, Nitro Reader can even choose the most appropriate format for each image.

Nitro Reader giveaway

More features visit: http://www.nitropdf.com/pdf-reader/features

Download Nitro Reader 2.4.1.1 here: http://www.nitropdf.com/pdf-reader

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