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Foxit Reader and PhantomPDF 7 Multi-Language Ship - Brings First PDF Shared Review to Desktop and Mobile Users

PhantomPDF 7
PhantomPDF is a full featured business ready PDF solution to view, create, edit, comment, share, secure, organize, export, OCR, secure, and sign PDF documents and forms. PhantomPDF is available in two editions, PhantomPDFBusiness and PhantomPDF Standard, which offer an extensive range of usability and power features that meet the requirements of large enterprises, small and medium-sized businesses, and consumers.

New capabilities in PhantomPDF 7.0 include:
Shared Review- PhantomPDF Business users can initiate a Shared Review to include Foxit Reader (desktop) and MobilePDF Business (mobile) users.
Outlook Add-in– convert emails directly to PDF from the Microsoft Outlook application. Emails can be automatically archived or outputted into a PDF Portfolio.
User Environment Customization - allows users to create new tabs or customize current tabs in the ribbon based toolbar.
Document Sanitization- removes undesired information from your document before publishing.
PDF Portfolios- enables PDF Portfolio creation and editing.
Digital Signature Security- protection against unauthorized usage of a digital signature through passwords and ability to digitally sign and verify XML Forms Architecture (XFA) forms.
Productivity Improvements– enhancements for more effective editing and annotating.
Enhanced RMS Security– new capabilities for dynamic revocation, analyzing logs, additional access rights control, and Outlook® integration.
2D Barcode Display - enables 2D barcode generated from Ultraforms enabled fillable PDF forms.

Foxit Reader 7
Foxit Reader’s success and popularity has resulted in over 275 million downloads; making it the second most used PDF technology in the industry. Now organizations can deploy a consistent and proven PDF solution enterprise-wide, allowing everyone to view, create, and annotate PDF documents and fill PDF forms.

New capabilities in Foxit Reader 7.0 include:
Shared Review- Foxit Reader users can participate in PhantomPDF Business initiated Shared Reviews.
User Environment Customization- allows users to create new tabs or customize current tabs in the ribbon based toolbar.
Enhanced RMS Plug-in– new capabilities in the RMS Plug-in for dynamic revocation, analyzing logs, additional access rights control, and Outlook integration.
2D Barcode Display- enables 2D barcode generated from Ultraforms enabled fillable PDF forms.

Foxit PhantomPDF 7 delivers a full featured PDF solution that enables users to be more productive when working with PDF documents and forms. Now users in Europe, Latin America, and Asia can use the product in their native language,” says Wim Temmerman, Director, EMEA Enterprise Sales at Foxit. “By providing fast, affordable, and secure PDF software, PhantomPDF delivers a superior return on investment compared to other PDF products.”
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  • Feature Images DPI problem

    Hi, i'm writing here because i can't figure out my problem, hoping you can help me.

    Foxit pdf editor reduce the DPI of the images that i use in a pdf.

    I use a 300DPI image file in Foxit pdf editor by the function "insert image from file".
    Once i save the pdf, i expect that the image is still at 300DPI, but now it's at 72.

    What i need is a PDF with images at 300DPI, not less. How can i resolve this?

    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Sorry but it is no way to keep the original DPI after inserting with current Foxit PDF Editor, we have forwarded it to our QA team for further analysis, report id:34720
    Any news, i will post here.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by richell_huang View Post
      Sorry but it is no way to keep the original DPI after inserting with current Foxit PDF Editor, we have forwarded it to our QA team for further analysis, report id:34720
      Any news, i will post here.
      Thank you. What about setting the DPI for a pdf?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by andreat View Post
        Thank you. What about setting the DPI for a pdf?
        What do you mean setting DPI for a pdf, would you mind describing it detailed?Thank you.

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        • #5
          I use a 300DPI image file in Foxit pdf editor by the function "insert image from file".
          Once i save the pdf, i expect that the image is still at 300DPI, but now it's at 72.

          What i need is a PDF with images at 300DPI, not less. How can i resolve this?

          Thanks in advance.

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          • #6
            I use a 300DPI image file in Foxit pdf editor

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