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INFO: What's New in Zetadocs PDF v2.0

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ZTN3518

ID: ZTN3518

This Zetadocs technical note applies to:

  • Zetadocs PDF v2.0

Summary

This technote summarises the changes in Zetadocs PDF v2.0 from v1.1.

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The following changes have been made to Zetadocs PDF v2.0:

  • Document Archiving
    A copy of all sent documents can be stored automatically in a central document archive.
  • Document retrieval and resubmission
    Archived documents are retrievable from within the Zetadocs client software.  A re-submit feature allows the user to re-send an identical copy of the original.
  • ACT! Integration
    Users are able to send documents such as quotations and letters directly to Act! contacts from within Act! 2005 and Act! 2006.  Copies of documents sent from within Act! can be automatically archived against the customer history.
  • Custom Fields
    Custom fields can be declared by the user and used to personalise the message during the document production process.
  • Faxing and printing capability
    As an option, PDF documents created using Zetadocs can be faxed and printed as well as emailed.  Zetafax version 9.0 or later is required for faxing documents.
  • PDF viewing and previewing
    PDF files can now be viewed from within the reading pane and preview panes in the client software.  This gives users a what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) preview of their PDF document prior to sending.
  • Speed optimisations & other small features
    Several changes have been made to the Zetadocs PDF client to enhance its usability such as more embedded commands, faster printing process etc.
  • Various bug fixes

Last updated 2nd of December 2005 (NL/PC/SD/EB)

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