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RAD PDF 2.11 Released

Red Software is proud to announce the release of version 2.11 of its ASP.NET PDF editor and PDF viewer, RAD PDF. This latest version provides official support for Microsoft's newly released Windows Server 2012 and Internet Explorer 10 as well as a number of minor bug fixes.

Additionally, this version improves support for text highlight annotations and text form fields which utilize the built in numeric formats. Pre-existing highlights can now be deleted using the RAD PDF interface. Keystrokes for text form fields using the numeric format are now limited to numeric input only.

This update is provided free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 2.10 Released

Red Software is proud to announce the release of version 2.10 of RAD PDF, the ASP.NET PDF viewer & PDF editor. This latest version includes a number of improvements for viewing and filling form fields as well as several minor bug fixes.

While seemingly minor improvements, these improvements make the transition from Adobe Reader to RAD PDF smoother than ever for form applications. In this version, DoNotScroll and field formatting improvements help ensure that forms are completed correctly. Support for form field orientation helps rotated page information appear correctly. Client API additions for button and signature fields allow custom code to provide legacy support to your PDF buttons and signatures.

This new version is provided free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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PDFescape Homepage Makeover

PDFescape, our free PDF editor and form filler, is progressively getting some cosmetic updates!

New PDFescape Homepage

As we roll out these new changes over the coming weeks, regular users will notice a few things:

(1) A greater focus on getting users to our free PDF editor quicker. You'll notice a single button on our homepage that takes you directly there!

(2) Advertisements (for non-premium members) will, for the most part, only be present in the PDFescape interface itself. This strategic move will allow us to present more information and help about our products on the site itself while still being able to provide our free PDF editor free of charge.

We look forward to your feedback on our new design!

PDFescape Mentioned In PCWorld

Thanks PCWorld for mentioning our free PDF editing and PDF form filling service, PDFescape!

While we primarily offer PDFescape because most free PDF utilities simply fall short of a user's day to day needs, Adobe Acrobat does take up a considerable amount of hard drive space (as much as 1.9 GB according to Adobe for Acrobat X Pro), as this article points out.

Continuous Scrolling & Touch Device Improvements for PDFescape

Red Software has released several new upgrades to its free PDF viewer, form filler, and editor, PDFescape.

First, PDFescape now supports viewing documents in a continuous scrolling manner. By simply scrolling from page to page, users of traditional computers and touch devices (e.g. iPad and iPhone) can now more quickly view and edit PDF documents.

Second, improvements to PDFescape's touch detection now allows users of some touch devices to better make use of tools like the Freehand drawing tool.