novaPDF has three major editions: Lite, Standard and Professional. novaPDF Professional has all the features enabled, while novaPDF Lite and Standard have limited functionality. All editions offer network/server specific functionality such as: sharing it as a network PDF printer, printing via Terminal Servers or Remote Desktop Connection, using public printing profiles.
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novaPDF Professional is the most advanced edition and beside creating PDF files it also lets you add PDF watermarks/overlays, digital sign the PDF files and encrypt them (AES encryption), create active PDF links, automatically saving and emailing PDF files, create linearized PDF files and much more. It is designed for users that need an advanced PDF conversion tool.
novaPDF Standard is not as advanced as novaPDF Professional, but still recommended for users that need to create PDF files with reduced file sizes (offers graphic compression features), brand them with PDF watermarks, convert active PDF links or add bookmarks in the generated PDF files.
novaPDF Lite is the simplest edition of novaPDF, but still quite feature-full compared to other PDF creators. It does its main task very well, creating searchable PDF files (optionally PDF/A compliant), allowing private printing profiles, embedding fonts (TrueType, OpenType, Type1), adding PDF bookmarks, recognizing PDF links and more. It is recommended for home users that need basic PDF creation capabilities.
A pre-processing PDF solution for developers that want to add PDF creation capability to their Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/2008 Server/Vista (32-bit and 64-bit)/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10 applications. novaPDF SDK also contains several samples written in different programming languages for easier integration.
A post-processing PDF solution for developers. It is installed silently as a PDF printer directly from your application's setup. Once installed it can convert to PDF any document sent to it for printing, and save that PDF in a location you've set during installation (using parameters).