Aaxaio's new MadeToPrint update version 2.7.306
Posted on Monday, 07 August 2017. Posted in Prepress
Aaxaio Software, developer of automation solutions for PDF creation, printing and content correction workflows for the publishing and printing markets, announces the availability of MadeToPrint update version 2.7.306. Furthermore, it is now possible to consult the new and comprehensive MadeToPrint online documentation.
Aaxaio MadeToPrint facilitates fast output production in environments working with Adobe InDesign/InDesign Server, InCopy, Illustrator and Quark XPress. The plug-in optimizes and extends the output from the preferred layout application to deliver greater productivity and efficiency by reducing human errors through automation and standardization of print workflow processes. Depending on the automation level (Standard, Auto or Server), MadeToPrint allows either manual, hot folder or fully automated server-processed print and export of a design document to one or more output targets.
The new version 2.7.306 of MadeToPrint mainly includes improvements to make the tool more stable and more comfortable to use. Among other improvements the handling of parallel job processing is optimized through enhanced lock files. The use of sections in page labels is extended to have the option to output only pages belonging to a special section. In addition, the handling of the vjoon K4 ticket mode in MadeToPrint was adjusted: now the folder in the IN folder of MadeToPrint is also cleaned up when a document was processed. The token engine of MadeToPrint was extended by a new token (variable), which is called ‘EQUAL.’ Using this token, it is possible to compare if two strings have the same value.
Online documentation for MadeToPrint
Aaxio created an online documentation for MadeToPrint as well, which makes it easy to become familiar with all product functions and offers more comfort when searching for specific requirements or features in the tool. The new documentation can be found on aaxaio website. A free 30 days trial version of MadeToPrint is available on the axaio website and can be used without any restrictions. Practical tutorials are also available.