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Markzware FlightCheck 4.5 Debuts with Preflight support for Publisher 2002

Thursday, August 08, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

SANTA ANA, California -- August 8, 2002 -- Markzware announces a new update of FlightCheck for Windows, now in version 4.5. This powerful update has expanded support for the immensely popular Microsoft Publisher 2002 as well as QuarkXPress v5.0, Adobe InDesign v2.0 and Illustrator v10. The new FlightCheck v4.5 for Windows expands print shops' quality control capabilities to accept and manage the latest versions of DTP files from its customers. Microsoft Publisher 2002 has gained wide spread adoption in the industry and FlightCheck v4.5 is designed to provide the crucial quality control checks for designers, printers, publishers and other with prepress output quality needs. In addition to supporting these popular applications, FlightCheck v4.5 for Windows also excels at checking PDFs created from those and other applications. As PDF becomes more prevalent in the industry, FlightCheck ensures that output from those files will be flawless prior to and after PDF creation. "Print shops can now accept Microsoft Publisher 2002 files with confidence by way of instant quality control checking provided exclusively by Markzware's FlightCheck v4.5 for Windows. Tens of thousands of print jobs are created every month by Microsoft users with Publisher 2002. This opens up a new world of revenue for printers and publishers." said Patrick Marchese, president of Markzware. FlightCheck v4.5 for Windows is a stand-alone application that preflights digital documents by checking for over 150 potential printing problems, assists in corrections and collects the job elements such as images screen and printer fonts.




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