Philip Goward and Maia Olson of Smile provide a briefing on the new features of PDFpen 8 and PDFpen Pro 8. In addition to making conversion to Word or Excel function without an Internet connection, the new version provides sophisticated digital signature capabilities. Not just putting a graphical representation of your signature on a document, but a certificate-backed signature suitable for business uses. Philip and Maia talk about the costs, methods and degrees of confidence associated with those signatures, the move on the the new attachments features that let you embed audio, video and other types of files in your PDFs, creating PDF portfolios and more. Find out how to upgrade no matter where or how you purchased the previous versions of PDFpen.
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Maia Olson has worked with the software company, Smile, spreading the joys of quality productivity software for the last 7 years. Over that time she has worn many hats, including those of customer support, technical writing, marketing and PR. She spends her summers volunteering at App Camp For Girls, a summer camp geared to inspire girls to join the tech industry by having female role models teach them to make iPhone apps. Maia can, occasionally, be found on Twitter.
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