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Agfa Graphics adds Adobe PDF Print Engine

May 03, 2007

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Agfa Graphics announced that Adobe's PDF Print Engine will be incorporated into its upcoming release of the ApogeeX workflow 4.0 to be rolled out in June, according to Agfa.

Apogee 4.0 will also include support for PDF layers, and easier handling of versioning. Versioning jobs based on PDF layers or spot colors will now include a comprehensive overview of the actual plate output and processing versioning jobs can be completely automated with the latest release.

"Designers and publishers are always keen to try out new functions and techniques to create an eye-catching package. It is critical to be able to replicate in print their visions as they designed them on their computers," said Erik Peeters, worldwide product manager, Agfa Graphics.

Pricing and upgrade information was not yet available. For more information on Apogee 3.0 users can go to the company web site.

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