[CC] Free Sonic PDF Creator! (Facebook users only.)

Sonic PDF Creator is the following:

Professional, Secure PDF Creation

Create professional looking and secure PDF documents from hundreds of Windows applications. A simple to use interface with value added features you’ll need, like batch conversion, watermarking, PDF merging and splitting & more.

What it Can Do For You

Reliable PDF Creation

  • Sonic PDF Writer creates PDF documents fast that are professional business quality.

Document security

  • Create fully secure PDF documents using leading edge encryption technology and by password protecting created documents.

Advanced PDF Editing Features

  • Useful editing features, such as: add waternarks, stamp text and images, add pages, split and merge PDF documents and more.

Features List

  • Create a blank one page PDF file and open it for editing with Sonic PDF Creator.
  • Open an existing PDF file for editing.
  • Open a PDF file from the file folder using the “open” or “open with” context menu.
  • Dragging a PDF file and dropping it into the Sonic PDF Creator program window will open the file in Sonic PDF.
  • Sonic PDF Creator supports opening and editing multiples PDF files at the same time.
  • Edit and save PDF documents using Sonic PDF Creator.
  • Create a new email using the active document as an attachment.
  • Print your PDF document out on a printer before or after editing.
  • Insert pages into the active PDF document.
  • Delete selected pages from the active PDF document.
  • For the selected PDF pages, rotate them 90, 180 or 270 degrees.
  • Change the original paper size of the selected PDF pages in the active PDF document.
  • Change the size of the PDF content in the active document.
  • Crop pages by adjusting the margins of selected pages in the active PDF document.
  • Add text or information, such as date, time, page numbers, bates number or the filename of the document, in the top or bottom margins of the active PDF document.
  • Stamp text on the active PDF document.
  • Stamp an image on the active PDF document.
  • Overlap several PDF pages onto one PDF page.
  • Create a new file or several new files using pages from the active PDF document.
  • Merge multiple PDF files into a single PDF file.
  • Attach a PDF file into the active document as an attachment.
  • Add bookmarks to the PDF document.
  • Re-arrange pages to make compact 2-up, double-sided booklets.
  • Combine multiple PDF pages onto a single sheet.
  • Set passwords on the active PDF document to protect the document from being opened or modified.
  • Modify title, subject, author, and keywords for the active document.
  • Enjoy one click PDF creation from your MS Office applications.
  • Sonic PDF Creator has a unique user interface that lets you be sure what type of PDF documents you are creating, either regular or secure PDF.
  • A variety of PDF compression options, including text and color images, to make your PDF documents extra compact for easy sharing.
  • Add watermarks to your PDFs for branding purposes.
  • Batch creation capabilities into PDF from a variety of formats, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, RTF, HTML and a variety of image formats.
  • Split by page – split the output PDF file into some files, 1 page per file.
  • Stitch two adjacent PDF pages into one page.
  • Font/Color and Display options.
  • PDF to Text extraction capabilities.
  • Create PDF from over 300 Windows applications.

Sonic PDF Creator is being given away by Investintech on their Facebook fanpage. Unfortunately it appears you must be a Facebook user to get this freebie because you have to “Like” their fanpage then fill out a short-form. After you fill out the short-form you are e-mailed your registration pin code.

Investintech fanpage/promotion page: http://www.facebook.com/Able2Extract?v=app_4949752878

Download link: http://www.investintech.com/download/InstallSonicPDF.exe

Product page: http://www.investintech.com/products/sonic/prod_sonic.htm

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