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Meadows Publishing Releases New Version Of Designmerge Pro

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

SCHAUMBURG, IL -- May 20, 2008 -- Meadows Publishing Solutions today announced a new version of DesignMerge Pro for Adobe InDesign CS3. The new version now includes built-in support for PostScript, PPML, and Creo VPS output formats, making the product compatible with all major variable data printing systems. The latest version of DesignMerge Pro is 3.04, and is free to all current users of DesignMerge Pro for InDesign CS3.
 
DesignMerge.com
 
Coinciding with the software release, Meadows announced the launch of DesignMerge.com. The new website hosts a series of software demonstration videos, data sheets, and other downloads to supplement the DesignMerge Pro software package. Users can also view related QuickTime or WMV versions of the videos online.
 
Meadows Publishing Solutions Quote
 
?In variable data printing applications, the reusability of graphic objects is key to performance,? said Meadows President, John Kriho. "The introduction of DesignMerge Pro 3.04 means we can now accommodate an ever-increasing demand from DesignMerge users for direct support of Creo VPS systems, and our support of PPML ensures optimal VDP performance on practically every major production-color printing system.?
 
About DesignMerge Pro

DesignMerge Pro provides Adobe InDesign users with sophisticated variable data printing and data publishing features. The modules work within the application, enabling professional mail-merge, variable data printing, and document assembly features. The entire process is database-driven, completely flexible, and very easy to use. For more information about DesignMerge technology, please visit www.designmerge.com.
 

 

 

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