Find out What's New in Quick View Plus 13, and see which version is right for you
New in Standard and Professional Editions
Windows 10 (64/32-bit), Windows 8 (64/32-bit), Windows 7 (64/32-bit), Vista (64/32-bit) or Windows XP(32-bit)
.Net Framework 4.0 or higher
Windows 10 support (64- and 32-bit)
Windows 8 support (64- and 32-bit)
Microsoft Outlook 2013 support
Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 support
Adobe Acrobat XI support
Persistence of Zoom Option The persistence of zoom option will work for both raster and vector images. When the user zooms in or out on an image through the context menu or toolbar, the zoom level will be retained when the user navigates to another section of the same image. It will not be retained when the user views another file.
New Version File Format Support
Adobe Acrobat X (PDF 1.7)
Apple iWork 09 Keynote
Apple iWork 09 Numbers
Apple iWork 09 Pages
AutoCAD 2010 and 2012
Corel Presentations X5
Corel QuattroPro X5
Corel WordPerfect X5
Illustrator CS5 and CS6
Lotus SmartSuite 9.8 1-2-3+
Lotus SmartSuite 9.8 WordPro+
Lotus SmartSuite Freelance+
Microsoft Access 95-2000
Microsoft Excel 2013
Microsoft Office 2003 XML (text only)
Microsoft OneNote 2007-2010 (text only)
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Microsoft Word 2013
Photoshop CS5 and CS6
SVG (XML display only. Content will be rendered as an XML file, not a multimedia file.)
Enhanced File Format Support
Microsoft Outlook 2010 Now includes support for high encryption versions of .PST files.
RTF messages Embedded HTML in RTF messages now renders more closely to the original file.
MSG and EML with digital signature Digitally signed MSG and EML files are viewed in the same manner as unsigned MSG and EML files. Unencrypted, uncompressed opaque and clear signatures are supported. Self-signing is not supported.
Notes fields viewable within Microsoft Project
Enhanced font display for PDF documents
Adobe Acrobat Reader 5 through XI
Corel WordPerfect Suite 9 and 10
Lotus cc:Mail 8.5
Lotus Notes 6.5.x and 7.0
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 through 10
Microsoft Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013
Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0, 5.5, and 6.0
Mozilla Firefox Browser 3.5 through 22
Plus New Professional Edition Features
View hidden text in Microsoft Word documents Microsoft Word has an option available under the Font controls that allows a user to hide specific text from view. Quick View Plus will be able to view this content within the view window. As a result, users will be able to see where the hidden content exists and in what context compared to the surrounding text.
View comments in PowerPoint presentations Display comments in PowerPoint on a per slide basis in a separate pane to the right of the main view window.
Replace Generated Fields in Microsoft Word When enabled, all auto-generated fields in Microsoft Word documents viewed in Quick View Plus will be replaced with the text [AUTO].
Ability to bulk configure options during deployment*
A network administrator can set the default for QVP options using the keyword/value pairs shown below:
LShowHiddenContent=ON ; OFF will hide hidden content
ShowHiddenCells=ON ; OFF will keep hidden cells from being visible
ShowSpeakerNotes=ON ; OFF will hide speaker notes
ShowMetadata=ON ; OFF will hide the metadata pane
DocumentViewMode=PREVIEW ; can be set to DRAFT or NORMAL as well
ResetOnNewWindow=OFF ; ON will reset the options every time a new Quick View Plus window is created.
ShowComments=ON ; OFF will hide PowerPoint comments.
ReplaceAutoFields=ON ; OFF will not replace auto-generated fields with the text [AUTO]
* It will only affect fresh installs and can’t be used as part of a maintenance script to reset the user’s preferences. Once a user changes an option through the Quick View Plus user interface, their preference will take precedence over the administrator’s default setting.
Configure MIME types A network administrator can configure additional MIME types to be handled by the browser integrations in Quick View Plus or remove the ones that are configured by default via a deployment script.