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Infix takes PDF editing out of the Stone Age


Iceni launches its long-awaited word processor for Adobe Acrobat Files

UK - Jan 21, 2005, Iceni, a UK-based software developer, announces the launch of Infix, a word processor for PDF. Infix can edit and reflow text in Adobe PDF files quickly and easily - without the author having to return to the original document to make changes. Infix is a life saver when the original documents are not available and all you have is the PDF!

A standalone application that doesn’t require Adobe Acrobat to operate, Infix can edit and reflow text in almost any existing PDF. Featuring professional quality hyphenation and justification, search and replace and a built-in spell checker, Infix has true PDF word processing capabilities.

Infix can also replace images and manipulate graphics. It includes all the tools needed to make light work of revising product manuals, catalogues, brochures and any other PDF documents that would otherwise take hours to reconstruct.

Guy Bushnell, director of Iceni, comments: “We all know Adobe’s PDF format is a great way to distribute documents but making changes to existing PDFs can be a real headache, especially when you simply want to rewrite some text. Often, there’s no alternative but to rebuild the PDF from the original documents - provided they still exist, which isn’t always the case! Infix avoids this problem and meets a long-standing market need.”

Infix costs $199 and is available for demo or purchase at

About Iceni
Iceni, a specialist software developer, was established in 1997 and is headquartered in Norwich, England. Its product set comprises Gemini, Argus, Adstract and Infix. Gemini is used around the world for conversion of PDF to other formats while UK national newspapers use Adstract to convert their print ads for the web.


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