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Zevrix updates InPreflight Pro for InDesign

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Toronto (ON), Canada - Zevrix Solutions is pleased to announce the release of InPreflight Pro 2.6.13, a maintenance update to its document preparation solution for Adobe InDesign. InPreflight combines batch-packaging, quality control and graphic reports in one easy-to-use application. InPreflight goes well beyond the InDesign basics helping graphics and print professionals uncover hidden problems, save disk space and automate document preparation tasks.

InPreflight Pro provides a complete document preparation solution for service providers, printers, ad agencies, designers and publishing houses.

- Collect multiple document with all shared links into one folder, saving gigabytes of space and hours of production time
- Collect multiple documents into separate folders
- Include external files and folders in packages

Quality control:
- Quickly gather extensive info about document fonts, colors and links
- Instantly locate potential problems with preflight presets
- Uncover hidden issues, such as TIFF compression, embedded EPS fonts and illegal link locations
- View all fonts, colors and links in one window instead of switching between numerous palettes

Graphic preflight reports:
- Print graphic reports and save them as PDF
- The reports look like a copy of InPreflight - ideal for sending to service providers and archiving
- Detailed paragraph styles report for typography professionals

The new version addresses an issue of relinking images to collected documents. The Zevrix line of preflight products also includes PDF Checkpoint for PDF preflight and conversion automation, and Graphic Inspector for the thorough checkup of graphic files.




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