Classic PDF editor 12.0 is a compatible alternative to high priced PDF processors
01/09/2017

With a diverse range of PDF editing and reviewing features at its disposal, Classic PDF editor 12.0 promises to up the ante in PDF processing.

Online PR News – 09-January-2017 – Syracuse, New York – More Exciting Features, More Value

Classic PDF editor 12.0 improves on the technology of flawlessly editing, creating, converting, reviewing and annotating PDF files. Some of the key features include highly sophisticated zoom-in magnification up to 6400%, conversion of more than 500 printable file formats into high-quality PDF, complete PDF editing package for text, images and pages and remarkable review and annotation capabilities. An intuitive and user-friendly interface helps users work around their digital documents effortlessly while ensuring high degree of productivity. A lot of emphasis has been placed on cultivation of a perfect blend of value pricing and innovative PDF technology that is secure, fast and reliable. “We believe that Classic PDF editor 12.0 is the ultimate cost-effective electronic document solution for small and medium sized enterprises”, said co-founder/CEO Classic PDF. “It is going to be a real game changer and hopefully the next big thing in the realm of PDF processing software.”, he added.

Learn More and Start Using Classic PDF editor 12.0 Today

To learn more about Classic PDF editor 12.0, please visit the website: http://www.classicpdf.com. Existing users as well as users who are interested in Classic PDF editor 12.0 can download this software by visiting the Buy Now section at the given website.

About the Company

Classic PDF is an international PDF software development firm which envisages new ideas to make electronic communication easier. Classic PDF has its headquarters located in Syracuse, NY. We employ over 200 people from diverse backgrounds, working in different capacities. The Classic PDF editor 12.0 is our flagship Award Winning product which was first launched back in 2002. Our product is now being used by over 2 million people in more than 138 countries across the globe today