jWordConvert adds font embedding when converting Word to PDF

fontQoppa Software, a leading provider of Java PDF solutions, is pleased to announce jWordConvert™ v2016R1, the new version of their Microsoft® Word® to PDF conversion library written in Java. This release of jWordConvert includes a lot of font handling enhancements.

“We hope our customers will be happy with the new option to embed fonts when converting Word documents to PDF. Font embedding guarantees fidelity when rendering PDF documents across operating systems and platforms. To minimize the size of the output PDFs, fonts are automatically subsetted to only include the characters present in the document. Another feature added this version, is a better handling of non-Latin characters, including CJK and symbol fonts. ” says Gerald Holmann, President of Qoppa Software.

The new Word to PDF conversion capabilities will be incorporated into Qoppa’s desktop PDF editing application, PDF Studio, and Qoppa’s workflow PDF solution, PDF Automation Server in the months to come.

About jWordConvert:

jWordConvert is a Java library for integration by developers into their Java applications on the server or client side. The library runs on all platforms including Windows, Linux, Unix, Solaris and Mac. It is self-contained and requires no third party software. jWordConvert can read and render Word files natively to convert to PDF, to convert to images, or to print the documents automatically. Resulting PDF documents can be protected with permissions and passwords for added security.

About Qoppa Software:

Qoppa Software specializes in the development of multi-platform high-end libraries and applications to work with PDF documents. Qoppa Software offers a suite of products that cover every aspect of PDF processes and integrate seamlessly into document workflows, including end-user, server and PDF library products. Qoppa’s products are carefully designed and developed to provide the highest level of performance and reliability.

jWordConvert v2016R1 Release Notes

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