DALLAS & LONDON--Nov. 9, 2004-- Docucorp International, a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, announced today the availability of Docuflex 11.0, a new version of its dynamic publishing engine that enables companies to produce high volumes of personalized, complex documents.
"Docuflex's integrated development environment enables business users to easily design sophisticated documents," said Bruce Dale, senior vice president, products, Docucorp International. "With Docuflex, business users can establish rules to reuse content by audience or distribution channel. For example, both large print and standard statement templates share the same business rules and content even though they differ in appearance."
Docuflex 11.0 highlights include:
Data entry -- provides ability to interactively edit data and content.
Drawing feature -- enables style-driven lines, rectangles, ellipses, text boxes and field boxes.
Table cell balancing -- allows multiple columns of data to be equally distributed throughout the table.
Environment manager -- extends and simplifies project control and administration across multiple environments and operating systems.
Improved booklet printing -- simplifies and increases control for processing documents whose printed pages will be folded in booklet form.
Change history -- automatically tracks modifications to individual objects during the development process.
Current licensees of Docuflex will receive upgrade notices from Docucorp's Customer Support on how to receive the newest version. For more information, call 1-800-735-6620 or e-mail email@example.com.
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