What’s New in ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0
Proprietary ADRT® technology
ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 uses ABBYY’s latest groundbreaking Adaptive Document Recognition Technology (ADRT). Now the program analyzes and processes documents in their entirety rather than separate pages. This approach preserves the logical organization of the document, retaining not only the original text and columns, but also the headers, footers, fonts, styles, footnotes, and the numbered captions of tables and pictures. The resulting electronic version can be easily edited and re-used.
Matching fonts and styles
Significant changes have been made to the font recognition module, which now identifies the fonts used in the original document and finds the best matches from the set of fonts installed on your computer.
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ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 can convert texts in 184 languages, including Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Hebrew. ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 no longer requires you to manually select the language for your documents prior to starting OCR. The program uses advanced algorithms to detect the languages used.
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PDF/A, DOCX, and XLSX support
Now you can save your documents in PDF/A, a commonly used format for long-term document storage in archives and libraries.
- DOCX and XLSX
ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 integrates with Microsoft Office 2007, allowing you to convert PDF documents to DOCX and XLSX formats and create PDF documents from DOCX and XLSX files.
You must have the corresponding Microsoft Office 2007 application installed on your computer in order to work with DOCX and XLSX files.
New PDF compression format
When saving to PDF, ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 uses an improved compression algorithm based on Mixed Raster Content (MRC) technology, which produces smaller files without any loss in quality.
PDF redaction tool
Now you can easily edit out unwanted text fragments or pictures before publishing a PDF document, obscuring them with black rectangles in the output file.
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ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 allows you to place stamps on your PDF documents just as if they were printed on paper.
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You can Bates-stamp your documents both when converting to editable formats and when creating PDF documents, making archive searches much easier.
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