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Q: What is Neevia PDFsign/encrypt?
A: Neevia PDFsign/encrypt is an advanced software application that can be used to digitally sign and/or encrypt PDF files.

Q: How do I sign/encrypt PDF files with Neevia PDFsign/encrypt?
A: That can be done directly by running the command line tool (CLsign.exe), through the graphic interface applications (PDFsign.exe, PDFencrypt.exe) or indirectly through your own application using the COM object or .NET assembly.

Q: What are the main Neevia PDFsign/encrypt features?
A: Below are listed the main PDFsign/encrypt features:
  • Sign multiple PDF files in one step;
  • Time-stamp PDF files;
  • Certify PDF files;
  • Flexible signature appearance;
  • Linearization (Fast Web View) support;
  • PDF encryption support (RC4/AES algorithms);
  • Does NOT require any Adobe products;
Q: Can I digitally sign encrypted PDF files using the Neevia PDFsign/encrypt graphic interface tools?
A: Yes you can but you will be prompted for a password every time an encrypted file is encountered.

Q: What is PDF linearization?
A: PDF linearization is a way to optimize PDF files for more efficient viewing over the web. Pages are loaded faster and the user does not have to wait until the entire PDF file is uploaded by the browser.



Unlike other similar PDF tools neeviaPDF applications come with a command line tool, a graphic interface application, COM Object and .NET assembly, all in one package for one low price.



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