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RAD PDF 3.1 Released

Today, Red Software releases the first update to RAD PDF 3, the ASP.NET PDF reader, form filler, editor and more.

Version 3.1 adds image and appending support for Lite Documents / PdfWebControlLite. Lite Documents now support all the features of normal documents created using the traditional PdfWebControl.

This release includes new samples and minor bug fixes.

This version is available free of charge to all RAD PDF licensees with an active RAD PDF Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 2.15 Released

Red Software is pleased to announce version 2.15 of RAD PDF, the ASP.NET PDF editor and PDF viewer. This latest version provides a improvements for using RAD PDF's append tools and document security tools. Additionally, document printing has been improved for modern browsers, allowing more accurate margins.

The PdfDocumentEditor class now can optionally make use of already rendered resources when appending a PDF which was previously used by RAD PDF. The new PdfDocumentSecurity class allows a user password to be set via server side code.

This release also includes several minor bug fixes and is available immediately.

This update is provided free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 2.14 Released

Red Software is proud to announce the release of version 2.14 of RAD PDF, the ASP.NET PDF editor and PDF viewer. This latest version provides a improvements for using RAD PDF with touch devices. Additionally, text objects are now automatically rotated with their parent page, making it easier for users to add text in multiple orientations.

Client API improvements also allow developers to create even better RAD PDF integations. With the new append() method, web applications can script the addition of pages to a document. Additionally, the new highlightColor object property allows form fields to be highlighted with the colors the best fit the web application.

This release also includes several minor bug fixes and is available immediately.

This update is provided free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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Merge PDF Documents Using PDFescape, Free

Red Software is proud to announce that free PDF editor, PDFescape, now supports appending PDF (and TIFF) files to the end of the currently loaded document. This new functionality allows multiple PDF documents to be easily merged, right in the PDFescape web interface.

Simply click the "Page" tab and then the "Append" button and choose a new PDF (or TIFF file) to insert.