San Jose, Calif. -Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that a growing number of leading print professionals, including service providers, prepress houses and printers, are integrating Adobe® InDesign™ 1.5 software into their prepress and print production workflows, achieving incredible levels of reliability and productivity. By delivering enhanced compatibility with prepress applications and raster image processors, Adobe InDesign 1.5.2, the updated version of InDesign announced today, ensures reliable printing of files and helps print professionals guarantee high quality.
The update to InDesign reflects the input of dozens of service providers and other high-end publishing professionals. Many of these leading print professionals are finding that InDesign works smoothly with their high-end print production workflows. At Graphic Art Service, a company that provides prepress and print services for some of the top magazine publishers, quickly producing top-quality color materials is critical for success.
"Right out of the box, InDesign works nicely with our Creo/Scitex Brisque Systems, and the quality going to our raster image processors is very good," said Chuck Draffkorn, corporate manager of technology at Graphic Art Service, a Georgia-based prepress and printing provider. "InDesign is rock-solid—we can always be confident that files will print flawlessly when they arrive at the printer."
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