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AutoPlay me for PDF 5.0.0

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License Shareware / $49.95
Downloads this week 20
Publisher Framewood Technologies
File size 4449K
Date added 12-Feb-2008
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Reviewer, 2008-06-20 07:51:00

This is am application that automatically burns a CD with the PDF file that is dragged & dropped into the user area and also includes a free to distribute Foxit PDF reader.

Pros: Simply drag and drop your PDF file and then press the Write CD Now button and you are done. AutoPlay me for PDF does all the work. Not only does it add your file it also adds the Foxit PDF Reader to the CD. Your PDF Document runs through this viewer so you now do not need to worry whether a PDF viewer is installed on the target computer. Foxit is a very small footprint PDF reader that allows you to add annotation to the document. The current version of the reader has multimedia support added so that PDFs with audio/video elements also can be read. You can add graphics, annotation text, notes etc to the PDF document easily. Alternatively you may select to add Adobe Reader as an installed viewer. One could easily view this as a convenient way of producing and distributing e-Books in PDF format.

Cons: The setup file downloads fine and gets installed without errors. But it does not execute for some reason.

Overall: Given the basic problem a provisional rating of 1 star is only possible.

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