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Xitron announces Navigator Harlequin RIP and workflow dealer training courses

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Xitron, the prepress industry's leading independent developer and integrator of prepress workflow and pressroom software, will conduct Dealer Training Courses on the Navigator Harlequin RIP and Workflow, March 28-April 1, 2011 at the Xitron office in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Training courses offered include:
- Navigator Harlequin RIP Basics – March 28-30
- Navigator Advanced Workflow – March 30-April 1

"Xitron prides itself in providing quality support and training to our dealer and end-user customers," stated Mark Eisenschenk, Xitron's President and Chief Executive Officer. "These training courses prepare our dealers to assist their customers in the most productive use of Xitron products."
Navigator Harlequin RIP Basics covers the fundamentals of installation and set-up for the Navigator RIP. Hands-on exercises covering memory requirements and settings, creating inputs, configuring Page Setups for composite and separated workflow, halftone screening, calibration and output are a part of the course.
Navigator Advanced Workflow is a follow-up to the Navigator Basics class. The course covers the advanced features of the Navigator RIP such as trapping, an introduction to imposition, proofing, and color management along with the Navigator Harlequin RIP Workflow Server. It includes hands-on exercises that focus on workflow installation and setup, including use of both standard and optional workflow features.

Dealers looking for additional information or who wish to sign up for this Navigator Harlequin RIP workflow course should visit www.xitron.com/dealertraining.

Xitron offers the Navigator Harlequin RIP and Workflow solutions and Adobe PDF Print Engine workflow for the prepress department, along with an automated ink key presetting system, KeySetter, for the pressroom, through its network of OEMs, distributors, dealers, and system integrators worldwide.


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