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Adobe InDesign and InCopy Endorsed by Newspaper Publishers

(July 24, 2001)
Adobe Systems Incorporated announced that its page layout program, Adobe InDesign, and InCopy, an editorial application built on the InDesign architecture, is being adopted by premier integrators and developers for newspaper publishing. These integrators and developers include Baseview Products Inc., Digital Technology International (DTI), Harris Publishing, Managing Editor Inc., net-linx Publishing Solutions, SchlumbergerSema and Woodwing Software. These companies are using Adobe's flexible page layout products to help streamline the newspaper publishing process. By offering improved, easier collaboration between editors and page designers, Adobe software helps ensure faster, high-quality results in a highly integrated workflow.

InDesign is a next-generation page layout and design application developed specifically for professional publishing. InCopy is a collaborative editing tool designed to streamline publishing's copy editing and optimize efficiency in workflows. Together, Adobe InDesign and InCopy provide superior typographic capabilities that automatically handle text spacing, justification, copy-fitting and hyphenation for faster page design that result in better looking newspapers.


These software solutions providers have some of the leading edge newspapers on their client roster and are among the leaders in the industry. The San Francisco Examiner, one of Harris Publishing's customers, deployed Adobe InDesign and InCopy as part of an end-to-end database publishing system, called Jazbox, to write and edit stories. The Miami Herald, part of the Knight Ridder newspaper and Internet publishing company, and a net-linx Publishing Solutions customer, plans to deploy InDesign and InCopy to paginate and prepare pages for printing. DTI has 18 customers who are in various stages of implementation of the DTI system, including the Kansas City Star, Savannah Morning News and the London Daily Telegraph.

net-linx Publishing Solutions serves the publishing industry with products for editorial, advertising management, and production. Adobe's open and extensible architecture fulfills this business need by allowing net-linx to tightly integrate InDesign and InCopy with its existing databases, creating a single system that helps decrease production time and reduce costs.

For more information, visit www.adobe.com

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