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jgkurz
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Quote jgkurz Replybullet Topic: Create New Folders
    Posted: 23 Dec 08 at 11:10AM
Does either version of PDF reDirect have the ability to file a PDF to a new folder? By that I mean I would like the ability to create a PDF using PDF reDirect then save it in a new folder created within PDF reDirect. Currently I have to create a new folder from Windows Explorer then go back into PDF reDirect. Ideally I would like to right-click on a folder within the PDF reDirect directory list a select "New Folder".

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Quote Michel_K17 Replybullet Posted: 23 Dec 08 at 11:28AM
Hi,

   Thank you for inquiring about this feature. It does exist, but only in the "Professional" version of the program (which also includes a multitude of other time saving features like the ability to go to a folder quickly by looking up from a list of "recently accessed folders".

   You can try the "Pro" version for free for 90 days since the original installation date. simply click the promo button in PDF reDirect. If you have exceeded the 90 day limit, the program will give at least a one day trial. Past the due date, the Pro version will be fully functional, but will add a watermark to the PDF files created.

   If you try the Pro version and decide you like it enough to purchase it, I should point out that the program is currently on sale for $14.99, and will go back to $19.99 in the new year. This sale occurs every December.

   Finally, a new version of PDF reDirect Pro will be released very soon. All upgrades (minor and major) are always free, so you do not need to worry about timing your purchase.

   I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

   Best regards,

Michel Korwin-Szymanowski
EXP Systems LLC
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Quote jgkurz Replybullet Posted: 23 Dec 08 at 11:36AM
Excellent. Thank you for the quick response.
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