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Day: February 2, 1999

Interleaf announces Interleaf 7

Interleaf, Inc. announced the availability of Interleaf 7 (I7). This next-generation e-Content publishing solution enables workgroups in either Microsoft Windows or UNIX environments to author and publish complex documents to all current Web and e-Content formats – HTML, XML, SGML or PDF. I7 provides Interleaf’s installed base of 2 million users with a new way to publish complex Web documents by eliminating the need to tie content creation to the publishing format. www.interleaf.com

Bitstream launches Pageflex subsidiary

Bitstream Inc. announced the formation of a new, wholly owned subsidiary, PageFlex Inc., whose exclusive mission will be to develop, market, and support on-demand publishing software and related technology. On-demand publishing is the ability to dynamically generate business collateral, reports, and other kinds of documents directly from XML-formatted text and graphics data, and personalizing them on the fly for a particular customer. In particular, PageFlex Inc. will focus its sales and marketing efforts on two products: PageFlex, an XML-based publishing application that enables the fully automatic production of customized documents, and NuDoc, an XML-based composition engine, which serves as PageFlex’s underlying formatting engine. The current officers and directors of Bitstream Inc. will serve as officers and directors of PageFlex Inc. www.bitstream.com

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