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FOXIT INTRODUCES PDF TOOLKIT 1.0

A Suite of Modules to Perform High Volume PDF Creation and Processing on Windows Servers



FREMONT, Calif. July 14, 2015 – Foxit® Software, a leading software provider of fast, affordable and secure PDF solutions, today announced the release of Foxit PDF Toolkit,  a suite of modules to perform automated high volume PDF creation and processing on Windows® servers.



The Foxit PDF Toolkit provides command line interfaces (CLI) to help IT organizations develop server-based workflows to create and modify large amounts of PDF files.  They also provide application programming interfaces (APIs) for software integrators to incorporate PDF processing into their applications.  Each module is:




  • High Performing: Multi-threading support speeds up PDF processing.


  • Easy to integrate: Command line or application interfaces enable flexible and seamless integration with organizations’ existing workflows.


  • Plug and Play: Choose one or more of the specific modules that meet your needs.



Organizations can purchase all modules or buy specific modules separately.  Foxit PDF Toolkit 1.0 delivers the following modules:




  • Foxit PDF Toolkit –Watermarks: Allows users to programmatically add text or image based watermarks to a large volume of PDF files with high performance.




  • Foxit PDF Toolkit –Microsoft®Office®to PDF Converter: Converts large volumes of Microsoft Office files into professional-quality PDF files with high performance.




  • Foxit PDF Toolkit –Image to PDF Converter: Converts large volumes of image files into high-quality PDF files with high performance.




  • Foxit PDF Toolkit –Headers and Footers: Adds headers and footers into large volumes of PDF files to create professional documents with high performance.




  • Foxit PDF Toolkit –PDF Optimizer: Reduces the size of PDF files to reduce disk space usage, making them easier to share or archive.




  • Foxit PDF Toolkit –RMS PDF Protection Tool: Encrypts and protects PDF files in Microsoft Active Directory® and Azure® Rights Management Services environments.



In future releases, the PDF Toolkit will add additional modules to automate different workflows and increase server platform support.



“Our customers have asked us to bring our stable and proven PDF technology they have been using in our SDK, desktop, and mobile products to automate high-volume server processing,” said Frank Kettenstock, vice president of marketing at Foxit. “The Foxit PDF Toolkit provides easy to integrate command line interfaces based on proven, stable technology.  Now, IT organizations can incorporate these modules into their existing workflows to increase performance and scalability.”



For more information on the PDF Toolkit or download your free 30-day trial copy, please visit www.foxitsoftware.com/products/pdf-toolkit.



To learn more about Foxit software, contact Foxit at https://www.foxitsoftware.com or at 1-866-MYFOXIT.



 



About Foxit Software



Foxit is a leading software provider of fast, affordable, and secure PDF solutions.  Businesses and consumers increase productivity by using Foxit’s cost effective products to securely work with PDF documents and forms.  Foxit is the #1 pre-installed PDF software, shipped on one-third of all new Windows PCs, including those from HP®, Acer, and ASUS®.



Foxit’s Software Development Kits (SDKs) help developers reduce costs and improve time to market by easily integrating industry leading PDF technology into application workflows. This technology shares the same underlying technology that powers Google’s open-source PDFium project.



Winner of numerous awards, Foxit has over 325 million users and has sold to over 100,000 customers located in more than 200 countries. Since Foxit products are ISO 32000-1/PDF 1.7 standard compliant, they are compatible with your existing PDF documents and forms.

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  • FAQ creating a link to a worksheet

    hello,

    i use foxit reader and i think by far is the best soft available

    but i still didn find how to open a excel file direct to a specific worksheet

  • #2
    Do you mean you want to insert a link to Excel file within existing pdf file with Foxit Reader?If yes, please just go to Edit->Links to point to the Excel file you need to open, but it is no way to open any specific worksheet directly.

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    • #3
      I dont have problem creating a link to a xls file
      but what i want is to go directly to a worksheet.
      in word is easy just add in front of .xls#worksheetname
      if it dont work in Foxit, i consider a missing function, of such great program
      Last edited by j_r_m_c; 04-05-2012, 08:39 AM.

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      • #4
        We have forwarded it as suggestion to our PM team for future references, report id:JR1016

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        • #5
          ok, i hope in the next versions this function will be added,

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          • #6
            can anyone know any alternative??

            i want to insert a link in a pdf to excel sheet

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            • #7
              Microsoft Excel allows data from a number of different worksheets and spreadsheets to be linked into a single sheet to summarize data from several sources. Formulas can be created that span different sources and calculations can be made using a combination of local and linked information. Link data to Excel from other spreadsheets and keep the information up to date without the need to edit multiple locations every time the data changes. Display data from multiple departments for an overview of details without sharing information between sources.

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              • #8
                Hello,

                i already have multiple excel files connected
                but i need to create a pdf that directs for worksheet

                this is my maisn goal right now
                a pdf to worksheet

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                • #9
                  Sorry it is no way to do that with current version, we have forwarded your feedback to our PM team for references, hope they will consider it in future.

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