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InfoLogic releases MathMagic Pro 6.91

Friday, February 26, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Vancouver, Canada - InfoLogic, Inc. today is proud to announce MathMagic Pro Editions 6.91 for Adobe InDesign and QuarkXPress for Mac OS X, their award-winning multi-purpose equation editor for mathematical equations and symbols. MathMagic Pro Editions come with InDesign Plug-ins and Quark XTensions to enable InDesign and QuarkXPress the equation editing capability right inside their documents.

Version 6.91 can extract all equations out from MS Word documents(.doc and .docx) to external files for convenient re-use. It can batch-convert the equations to any formats that MathMagic support, such as EPS, JPEG, PDF, PICT, MathML, or LaTeX. Equations created with MS Equation Editor, MathType, and MathMagic are supported in the conversion. Other graphic objects used in MS Word documents can also be extracted and saved in a folder as separate files.

"This batch conversion and extraction of equations and other graphic objects will help many DTP users in the technical publishing fields save time and cost when they often receive MS Word documents from writers to put on the plates.", says Charlie Lee, CTO of InfoLogic.

MathMagic 6.91 includes other new and improved features such as more Macro support, new Variable height angle template, and new updated CS3 and CS4 plug-ins.

The superior quality and productivity of MathMagic have been selected by thousands of large publishers and university presses around the world. Professors, students, scientists, engineers, and school districts rely on MathMagic products for their math communication and technical writing.

First available on Mac in 1998, MathMagic's equation quality is unsurpassed and designed to meet stringent high-end DTP requirements. MathMagic Pro Editions allow designers and editors to write and edit high quality equations fast right inside InDesign or QuarkXPress documents without going through the time-consuming export/import steps.

Minimum Requirements:
- Mac OS X 10.4 or later (including 10.6 Snow Leopard)

Pricing and Availability:
MathMagic Pro Edition 6.91 is available now for $499 USD ($299 for Academic). Regular plus 2-year free upgrade and free tech support: $695 ($399 for Academic). A one month Subscription license for $75.00 ($50 for Academic) is also available. All MathMagic installers come with a fully functional trial period up to 40 times.




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