CHICAGO --Sept. 10, 2001-- T/R SYSTEMS, INC., a leader in developing innovative solutions for the management and production of digital documents, introduced today Version 6.0 of its flagship product, the MicroPress document production server.
This enhancement significantly increases ease of use and delivers superior make-ready functionality.
The MicroPress is a document production server for print-on-demand customers that bridges the gap between low-volume workgroup printing and high-volume centralized printing. By combining powerful document "make-ready'' capabilities with advanced workflow tools, sophisticated color management and unique print device connectivity options, the MicroPress provides customers with a scalable production printing system.
Version 6.0 of the MicroPress features integrated editing and preview modes, collectively referred to as TRueEdit(TM). In TRueEdit's preview mode, users can easily view thumbnails of all the pages, reorder pages and merge pages from other documents. TRueEdit's tab tool enables users to add "tabbed'' pages using industry standard tab settings or by creating custom tab settings. With TRueEdit's editing tools, users can cut areas from one page then paste them on other pages or remove them completely. Users can also save the "cut'' area for use in another application or paste stored image files into the document. Additionally, users can clean, straighten and rotate pages or entire documents, draw lines and standard shapes, as well as apply highlights and stamps.
MicroPress Version 6.0 is expected to be available to upgrade current MicroPress models through T/R Systems' distribution channels beginning in October. Additional information on Version 6.0 is available from T/R Systems. Information on the new MicroPress X Series [MicroPress SX(TM), MicroPress DX(TM) and MicroPress MX(TM)], which utilizes Version 6.0 and was announced today in a separate press release, is also available from T/R Systems.
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