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Using novaPDF you convert to PDF any type of printable document (i.e. DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, PUBX, HTML, TXT,...), accessing its functionality through a printer driver interface.
If novaPDF is installed you can simply click the "Print" button from any document-related Windows app to have your PDF created. You can also use novaPDF's Getting Started interface.
novaPDF comes with add-ins for all Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio and Outlook. It allos one-click conversion to PDF from Office apps.
A major advantage of the add-ins is the conversion of hidden hyperlinks and easy conversion of bookmarks.
You can secure your PDF documents (256-bit AES encryption) by requiring recipients to enter a password in order to view, print or copy/paste content from the PDF.
You are able to control whether the PDF can be viewed, printed, modified, copied or annotated. Furthermore, you can apply digital signatures certify the authenticity of the PDF document.
Also called fast web view, PDF linearization allows the creation of PDF files that can be easily viewed via the web browser. Instead of downloading the entire PDF file at once, the PDF will be "streamed" in the browser page-by-page.
novaPDF supports TrueType, OpenType and Type1 fonts and can embed these (or only subsets) to ensure portability. You can also choose which fonts to be automatically embedded or never embedded.
A Printer Monitor tool is distributed with the novaPDF installation as well. This tools allows you to monitor in realtime the status of all printing jobs, as well as record and archive print job info.
This allows you to manage the licenses for the installed printer driver. Managing licenses is useful when using the installed printer driver as a print server (via the shared network printer or remotely) to add, license, un-license computers/users, and release licenses.
If you have multiple licenses for a shared PDF printer, client computers will be automatically registered if licenses are available. However you can override that by manually managing what computers get to be licensed based on NetBios or their DNS names.
You can add multiple virtual PDF printers all based on the same novaPDF print driver. You can even name the virtual PDF printers anything you want and that’s how they will show up in your list of "Devices and Printers".
The main advantage of having multiple PDF printers is that you will have a different print queue for each. This means that you can for instance have one of the printers shared as a PDF server while another locally and both could have their own printing queue and creating separate sets of PDFs.
You can define private printing profiles for future use, each with its own profile settings (i.e. security, signatures, bookmarks). This way you can switch between different printing profiles without having to modify the settings again. These profiles are only available on the computer where they were defined.
However you can also create public profiles that are automatically propagated to all client computers. When using propagated public profiles, you can disallow client computers to switch to a private profiles.
novaPDF can detect the headings in the document to be printed and add bookmarks in the generated PDF files. You have to define the text attributes for the document headings (font, size, style, color) and for the generated bookmarks.
After the PDF is generated, novaPDF can automatically upload it to FTP or SFTP servers. You can define presets for the FTP/SFTP servers and use those for different profiles. Aside the generated PDF, other files can also be uploaded.
novaPDF can create PDF files compliant with the following PDF/A specifications: PDF/A-1a/b, PDF/A-2a/b/u and PDF/A-3a/b/u. PDF/A is a PDF file format used for long-term archiving of documents in electronic format that use PDF Reference version 1.4 or above.
You can define pairs of tag/value to be detected before the PDF is generated. novaPDF can then detect those tags from the original document and allows you to use those values as Macro names. It can also remove the whole page where a particular tag/value is present or removing only some parts of the text based on font formatting.
Aside the regular document information (title, subject, author, keywords), novaPDF can also include extra copyright metadata that will show up in the properties of the resulting PDF file. You can set predefined "Copyrighted/Public Domain" metadata or add your custom copyright one.
Custom actions can be defined to be performed after the PDF was successfully generated, such as opening (or not) the PDF file with the default viewer once it's created, or running a custom application with given parameters.