|By Marketwired .||
|June 4, 2014 03:01 AM EDT||
MONTREAL, QC -- (Marketwired) -- 06/04/14 -- LULU Software, maker of Soda PDF 6®, the world's first fully modular application, has released a major new update to their award winning software. Soda PDF 6.3 is integrated with 'Soda PDF Online Services,' which allows users to save, access from and work on their documents online. The application also has additional features like Compare Documents, Ruler, Grid, Extract Images, Replace Pages and PDF to PowerPoint conversion. This powerful new edition of our Soda PDF software presents a full range of advanced features that will enable home and professional users alike to accomplish much more with their PDF documents.
The new Online Services integration gives users more options to manage documents by saving or opening files from their cloud accounts. This also allows users to access their files from any device, anytime.
Other additional features and enhancements of Soda PDF 6.3 include the PDF to PowerPoint tool in the Convert module, the option for users to replace pages, extract images, and measure and place elements accurately using the ruler and grid tools in the Edit module. In addition, users can add and remove watermarks and manage their headers and footers in the Insert module, and compare similar PDF documents for content and formatting differences in the Review module. With these new tools, users have the opportunity to design more efficient PDFs, manage their documents more easily, and have greater flexibility over the creation and modification of PDF documents.
"As a leader in the technology industry, we always strive to listen to our clients' needs, and give them more than what they ask for," said Eric Gareau, CEO of LULU Software. "At the same time, we actively stay at the forefront of innovation, never stopping our search and development of tools that will effectively provide the market beyond what they need."
For more information, visit http://www.sodapdf.com
About LULU Software
LULU SOFTWARE is the publisher of Soda® PDF, a portable document format (PDF) application. Known as "the software company moms recommend to geeks", LULU Software has users as its focus, producing software that are easy-to-use, light, and budget-friendly. Established in 2010, LULU Software has designed and developed an award-winning product line, including Soda PDF 6, the first fully modular application in the market, and Soda PDF 3D Reader®, the first PDF reader that accurately reads comic books and eBooks in 3D. LULU SOFTWARE has offices in Montreal (Canada), Malta and Ukraine. For more information, please visit www.lulusoftware.com.
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