Espoo, Finland, December 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Multilizer has released a new version of PDF Translator, a popular localization and translation application for PDF documents. With its breakthrough technology the users may easily translate the documents from one language to another and make it readable fast and conveniently.
The application elaborates with new functionalities. When using the application the original PDF document visual elements and positions are retained, which makes big difference to typical copy&paste text translation. The application uses automatic translation but with new output formats, such as Word & OpenOffice supported RTF, the resulting texts can be easily post edited. Output language can be selected from 27 different languages. The application itself is localized to 11 different languages, enabling convenient use of the application for the non-English speakers.
“PDF Translator has been a big hit and we think customers will love using the new updated version of the application,” said Niko Papula, localization technology specialist and General Manager of Multilizer. “This application opens new possibilities in terms of PDF document translation, the text readability and understandability. It benefits both global business and consumer users in fast evolving information flow.”
More information and product download can be found from: http://pdf.multilizer.com/
Multilizer is all about making localization activities easier for companies and individuals in the global market. Multilizer tools, including PDF Translator, are built to benefit all parties involved in the localization and translation project. Multilizer always grows and evolves together with your localization needs.
Since 1995, Multilizer has been used in countless localization projects in more than 5000 companies in 65 countries worldwide. Multilizer software solutions have a long history of innovation and leading edge technology. Multilizer can be used to localize almost any document or software format. Currently Multilizer supports over 30 different file formats.
To learn more about software localization and Multilizer, please visit: http://www.multilizer.com