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Debenu PDF Maximus: Easily Automate Complex PDF Workflows (Giveaway)

Posted In PDF tools - By Techtiplib on Monday, July 9th, 2012 With No Comments »

To say that PDF is the core of your workflow is a simple way of saying many things. It means that you not only work with PDF documents, but that you’re also constantly working to transfer source materials in and out of the PDF format. It means you’re converting images and text, manipulating pages and entire documents, and using PDFs as forms. It’s a huge laundry list of tasks, and you’re going to need to be able to tackle all of them with a single application. That’s where today’s discount software promotion, Debenu PDF Maximus, really shines.

Debenu PDF Maximus

Debenu PDF Maximus lets you automate PDF workflows, giving you the power to split/merge PDFs, convert images to PDF, apply stamps and watermarks, extract text and more. With Debenu PDF Maximus, you’ll never have to quit out of one program to launch another, because everything you need to perform complex workflows using PDFs is right here, in one spot. In fact, you can even use Debenu PDF Maximus to create standardized action lists to ensure consistency in processing and remove any risk of human error! Take it even further by defining Watch Folders, which triggers Debenu PDF Maximus processing on any files that are placed in them.

Best of all, you don’t need to install Adobe Acrobat or any other PDF software in order to take full advantage of Debenu PDF Maximus! The workflow possibilities are endless – split and merge PDF files, insert text and images, convert images to PDF and back again, plus take advantage of the ability to crop, rotate, delete, extract, and insert pages into existing PDF files. Thanks to batch processing, you can apply the power ofDebenu PDF Maximus to single documents or entire collections of files with just a click.

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