JSignPdf 0.9.0

Feb 13, 2010
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SignPdf is an open source Java application which adds digital signatures to PDF documents. It also contains Add-On for OpenOffice.org. Here are some key features of "JSignPdf": · several different keystore types (as provided by Java) · adding digital signatures to PDFs · setting certification level · PDF encryption and setting rights · comprehensive Swing GUI Requirements: · Java 2 Standard Edition Runtime Environment What's New in This Release: New features: · embedded Unicode font for Layer 2 texts in visible signature (fix for i18n and · PDF/A specification) · additional option for setting font size in visible signature
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