New version of axaio MadeToPrint just released!

Karina Zander // January 18, 2019

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axaio software, developer of solutions for PDF creation, printing and content correction workflows for the publishing and printing markets as well as for the creation of tagged, accessible PDF documents, announces the immediate availability of the new version 2.7.313 of its MadeToPrint output solution.

With the current MadeToPrint version, two new feature enhancements as well as improvements for a more comfortable usage of MadeToPrint have been introduced.

Parameter Overrides: now also for JPEG!
Job sets provide a high degree of flexibility for controlling and configuring print and output processes in MadeToPrint. However, it is often necessary to only modify a single parameter in the job set. Creating a new job for this purpose would be too time-consuming if this variable adjustment will be used only once. In addition, the list of all job sets could get a critical length and become too complex. This is where the 'Parameter Overrides' option comes into play: it allows the user to make individual parameter adjustments 'on-the-fly' – flexibly and without a lot of time. Depending on the configuration, certain parameters can be selected and assigned a new value. You can choose from a variety of variables, such as bleed, color space, image resolution, etc.
The ‘Parameter Overrides’ function was previously available for PDF and PostScript output. With the new version 2.7.313, it is now also possible to adjust individual variables spontaneously when exporting to JPEG.

Advanced options for the MadeToPrint Server UI
The server version of MadeToPrint automates print and output processes in combination with the Adobe InDesign Server. Especially in high-volume document output, production is time-effective and of high quality. Configuration is carried out via the separate MadeToPrint Server UI to make operation easier for the user. With the current version, the UI has been extended once further with practical additional options: configurations can now be edited, deleted and duplicated directly in the UI, what considerably simplifies working with configurations:

Further improvements 
The MadeToPrint update 2.7.313 additionally contains some optimizations in the editing mode and minor bug fixes. On the one hand, the job list in editing mode selects the jobs now more conveniently, e.g. for job naming and rating settings. On the other hand, it behaves more logically, especially when duplicating, deleting and creating new jobs.

Furthermore, a new InDesign menu entry has been added under 'Plug-Ins' to directly access the MadeToPrint editing mode.

About axaio software
axaio streamlines PDF creation, printing and content correction workflows for Adobe InDesign, InCopy, Illustrator and QuarkXPress environments. Its flagship product, MadeToPrint, vastly enhances the reliability of PDF creation, print output processes as well as export to other file formats and seamlessly integrates into editorial environments based on vjoon K4, WoodWing Enterprise, Van Gennep PlanSystem4 or Quark Publishing System. Another topic axaio software is focusing on is the generation of accessible documents, a theme of growing importance. axaio solutions are being used by publishing houses, advertisement agencies, prepress service providers and packaging companies all over the world. axaio software actively supports the international PDF standards and is member of the PDF Association.

For more information, please visit the axaio website: www.axaio.com.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Karina Zander

Karina Zander began her professional career in the automotive software industry before moving to the print and publishing branch in 2003. Karina has been active in the field of prepress software commerce for over 15 years. Before joining axaio in 2009, she worked as Marketing Manager for callas software, whose sister company axaio is. At axaio Karina is responsible for …

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Karina Zander

Karina Zander began her professional career in the automotive software industry before moving to the print and publishing branch in …

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