Welcome to iText Express !
We have just released iText Express !!
Pro '09 is included!
iText Express & Pro exploit OS X to the full,
Do you ever wish you had a small,
fast, simple word processor that has the TextEdit basics
and just a few more important features - page numbers, columns,
header/footer, footnotes - for manuscript writing? And how about
a bookmark feature for effortless, lightning-quick navigation
of your manuscript? You might like enjoying a variety of .epub
public domain eBooks?
Just try 'iText
'Mac App Store' version...
* The 'Mac App Store' version of iText Express
does Not include iText Pro.
Please download iText
Pro on the 'Mac App Store',
as they are completely rewritten in Cocoa !
iText Express will blend seamlessly with the OS X environment,
and we are convinced you will definitely love iText Pro and iText
Express as well.
Also they will continue to grow with the power of Mac OS X.
iText Express & Pro are a Universal
iText Express & Pro even include
still more lovely features!
The standard version
of iText Express &
Pro '09 require
OS X 10.3.9 onwards, including OS X 10.6.x
and are suitable for both Power PC and Intel Macs.
try iText Express
iText Express & iText Pro '09
3.4.3 for Mac OS
iTextExpress3.4.3E MacOS X.dmg.zip (Standard
version, 21st/ June /2011)
OgreKit 2.1.3.dmg.zip (1st/ August /2008)
you wish to give iText Express
& Pro '09 still more advanced
features, download this one additionally!
What are major differences between
Put the 'Frameworks' folder
into the 'iText Express' folder. iText Express &
Pro '09 will then enhance themselves, and show Find Extra
sub-menus. OgreKit's Find dialog is available when you
have checked Enable Powerful Find (OgreKit). It allows
you to search for any Unicodes' characters, as well with the
Note that these Frameworks
are specific to iText
Express & iText
iText, iText Express, iText Pro, and LightWayText?
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you with 'iText Express' latest information from time to
If you find our products as
useful as we think you will,
If you have any questions or cause for complaint, please
do not hesitate to let us know at email@example.com (to
We will be most grateful for
Or, if there is any information you require, please contact us
at any time !
please let your friends know about us !!
Thank you !
Many people have
encouraged us and contributed to the development of our products
in a variety of ways. Please let me express our gratitude to
you. Also, I would like to express our gratitude to all supporters
! It is nice to know that there are friendly and helpful people
all around the world...
please let me express my special thanks to my dearest teacher
Doug Browne, Prof. Dr. Eric Jauteek, an excellent Danish translator
Erik Richard Sørensen, and Korean translator Jeremy Yun.
I would like to express special gratitude to the following individuals
for their assistance: Paul & Rita Pease, Michel Robert, H.P.G.
Kouwenhoven, David Sobotta, Jules Allen, Jurij Gianluca Ricotti,
CharlesW.Moore, Frédéric Blaison, Jennifer Berger,
Sharon L. Cordesse, Tim Woodruff, Kris Fong, Kyle Williamson,
Henri Guerard, Gerard Lasseur, Philip David Morgan, Jean Salou,
Yves-Marie Maurin, Prof. Dr. Manfred Kropp, Nan Goldberg, Neil
Van Ess IV, Donald Stanat, Joan D.Brader, Louis ROUSSEAU, BjörnBerke,
JasonSunja Goldenrose, Larry Gibson, Stefan Fischer, Marianne
Jones, David Langer, Robert U. Guthrie, Larry J Bouten, Hermann
Hildbrand, Hans-Harald Herrmann, Rick Curran, Carlo Moll-Dillier,
Ingrid Klock, Matteo Colombo, Ramona R. Baumann, Daniel Carolin,
Richard G. Whitten, Robert van Vaals, Sue Whitehead, Gene van
Troyer, Doug Lerner, Spiros Diolitsis, Guilherme Silva, Geoffrey
Thomlinson, Simon Beaudry, Fabrizio Venerandi, and Bill Muench.
Without you the achievement of iText Express & Pro
could not be possible...
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Express & iText
Express / Mac App Store
Pro / Mac App Store
Pad for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
What are major differences
Express, iText Pro,
and LightWayText ?