Foxit Reader 2.1
If you’re an avid Foxit Reader user, you probably already know what’s coming, but to make sure we’re all on the same page, I have a huge announcement for everyone today! Yes, that’s right, a new version of the popular PDF reader has just been released (well, it was on August 23, 2007). It is now going by the name of Foxit Reader 2.1 and lucky for all of us, it has come with a boat load of brand new features. Let’s have a look see at them, shall we?!
The creators behind Foxit Reader 2.1 are very excited about the new features and as they should be. For starters, there are tons of new tools in this new version. For instance, there are some new measure tools, image tools, link tools, loupe tools, file attachment tools and even annotation selection tools. Plus, along with all of that, there is a new form designer, a new transparent annotation feature, reading history, a new way to e-mail your PDF files and a never seen before spellchecker feature. Wow, how awesome is all of that?!
There are also several new enhanced features, including a zoom tool, improved printing, multi-language input and a better full screen mode, among others. This new version has left nothing behind! Like I said earlier, Foxit Reader 2.1 was released on August 23, 2007, so it is available for download as we speak. You can get it for yourself right here. It will work for any 98, ME, 2000, XP, 2003 or Vista computer, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get it today. There’s something for everyone. Enjoy!
P.S. – If you’d like to learn a little more about what the Foxit Reader can do before you download this new version, just click here to do so!