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Thought of the Week:- "Life is finite, while knowledge is infinite."
Pdf995 Suite:- http://www.pdf995.com/ Free. Windows all version.

The pdf995 suite of products - Pdf995, PdfEdit995, and Signature995 - is a complete solution for any document publishing needs. It provides ease of use, flexibility in format, and industry-standard security that too freely. Pdf995 makes it easy and affordable to create professional-quality documents in the popular PDF file format. Its easy-to-use interface helps to create PDF files by simply selecting the "print" command from any application, creating documents which can be viewed on any computer with a PDF viewer. Pdf995 supports network file saving, fast user switching on XP, Citrix/Terminal Server, custom page sizes and large format printing. Pdf995 is a printer driver that works with any Postscript to PDF converter. PdfEdit995 offers a wealth of additional functionality, such as: combining documents into a single PDF; automatic link insertion; hierarchical bookmark insertion; PDF conversion to HTML or DOC (text only); integration with Word toolbar with automatic table of contents and link generation; autoattach to email; stationery and stamping. Signature995 offers state-of-the-art security and encryption to protect your documents and add digital signatures. Following are the features of the software-

Automatic insertion of embedded links

Hierarchical Bookmarks

Support for Digital Signatures

Support for Triple DES encryption

Append and Delete PDF Pages

Batch Print from Microsoft Office

Asian and Cyrillic fonts

Integration with Microsoft Word toolbar

PDF Stationery (create letterhead, an embossing, or backgrounds for PDF documents)

Combining multiple PDF's into a single PDF

Three auto-name options to bypass Save As dialog

Imposition of Draft/Confidential stamps

Support for large format architectural printing

Convert PDF to JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PCX formats

Convert PDF to HTML and Word DOC conversion

Convert PDF to text

Automatic Table of Contents generation

Support for XP Fast User Switching and multiple user sessions

Standard PDF Encryption (restricted printing, modifying, copying text and images)

Support for Optimized PDF

Support for custom page sizes

Option to attach PDFs to email after creation

Automatic text summarization of PDF documents

Easy integration with document management and Workflow systems

Automatic page numbering

Custom resizing of PDF output

Configurable Font embedding

Support for Windows 2003 Server

Easy PS to PDF processing

Specify PDF document properties

Control PDF opening mode

Can be configured to add functionality to Acrobat Distiller

Creates PDFs without annoying watermarks

The software contains almost all the features of Adobe PDF and free version is fully functional. However, it display a sponsor page in your web browser each time you run the software, but in $19.95, one can get rid of it.


Site of the Week:- http://www.cogsci.princeton.edu/~wn/index.shtml

WordNet is an online lexical reference system for the English language. English nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs are organized into synonym sets, each representing one underlying lexical concept. Different relations link the synonym sets. WordNet was developed by the Cognitive Science Laboratory at Princeton University. It includes more than 42,000 new links between nouns and verbs that are morphologically related, a topical organization for many areas that classifies synsets by category, region, or usage, gloss and synset fixes, and new terminology, mostly in the terrorism domain. Word forms in WordNet are represented in their familiar orthography; word meanings are represented by synonym sets (synsets) - lists of synonymous word forms that are interchangeable in some context. Two kinds of relations are recognized: lexical and semantic. Lexical relations hold between word forms; semantic relations hold between word meanings. It is available online as well as for download (12.9 MB). It supports Windows 2000, XP, Solaris, Linux and SGI.

That's all for this week. See you next week.

Madhuresh Singhal