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Looking for Postscript Composition Program - thanks for the help!
Subject:Looking for Postscript Composition Program - thanks for the help! From:"Weiner, Kandis" <kandisw -at- POSITRON -dot- QC -dot- CA> Date:Thu, 26 Nov 1998 09:27:32 -0500
Wow! The helpful advice I've received from the list is overwhelming!
(Now, I just need a bit of time to filter it all.)
Once sufficiently armed, I can help institute mechanisms to allow us
quickly turn around some of our shorter booklets - when unreal deadlines
can't wait a week for turnaround from our trusty, if crusty, printer.
Here's some of the goodies I've got so far. There is more research to do
on all of them, but here's a quick run down.
DoubleUp from http:\\www.legendcomm.com (The website has been down, but
this is where they are supposed to be...)
ClickBook from http:\\www.bluesquirrel.com
PrintChief from http:\\www.mindgate.com - do not know if this is
available for Windows.
> Kandis Weiner
> Technical Communicator - Product Integration
> Positron Public Safety Systems Inc.
> Montreal, Quebec Canada
>mailto:kandisw -at- positron -dot- qc -dot- ca
> Standard Disclaimer: My opinions are my own, but my brain is for rent.
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