MacVoices #18114: Philip Goward of Smile Covers The New Features of PDFpen 10

Philip Goward of Smile is back to bring us up to date on the latest features to their essential PDF editing tools, PDFpen 10 and PDFpen Pro 10. New features lie watermarks, headers and footers, and precision editing make  PDFpen 10 the most powerful version yet, and with batch optical character recognition in the Pro version, you can make short work of that folder full of PDFs that need to be edited. Philip details the features, and talks about how Smile reviews user input in selecting what gets included in future versions.

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Philip Goward  is a co-founder of Smile, developers of PDFpen for Mac,  TextExpander, and more. He lives in San Francisco and has a passion for opera. You can find him on Twitter.

Links:

Take Control of PDFpen by Michael E. Cohen and Take Control Books