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Day: October 14, 2001

Trados Launches T-Window Collection

Trados Incorporated announced the release of T-Window Collection, a suite of enhancements to Trados 5 that streamlines text translation within Excel and Clipboard. T-Window for Excel enables the translation of Microsoft Excel files using Trados 5. T-Window for Executables lets translators work on the text contained in software user interfaces, specifically executable, dynamic link library and ActiveX control files. T-Window for Resources also accelerates localizing software user interfaces, specifically text contained in resource and dialog definition files that have been created in Microsoft Visual Studio as well as text in Java Properties files. T-Window for Clipboard enables the translation of any clipboard content coming from any Windows application that uses clipboard functionality. To translate text associated with graphics or charts using Microsoft Visio, translators can now use T-Window for Clipboard. T-Window Collection operates only with Trados 5 and is available for free starting October 15, 2001, to all existing customers using Trados 5 or who upgrade to or purchase Trados 5 before December 14, 2001. T-Window Collection will be priced at $295 after December 14, 2001, and will be available from local Trados offices. www.trados.com

Adobe Announces Version of InCopy with XML Support

Adobe Systems Incorporated announced Adobe InCopy 2.0, an editorial application built on Adobe InDesign architecture. InCopy software is designed for writers, editors and copy fitters working in cross media publishing environments. New features include support for XML, enhanced editing tools such as dynamic spell check, and an improved user interface that lets users work on multiple views of a story simultaneously. InCopy 2.0 provides writers and editors with the ability to create, import, edit and export stories in XML format. Because InCopy and InDesign share the same XML support, stories created in InCopy can be imported directly into InDesign. This separation of form and content also allows InCopy to create editorial content that can be used for many different media types in any type of workflow. Several new editing tools provide professional writers and editors a more streamlined editorial creation process. Adobe InCopy 2.0 will be available to system integrators as part of an integrated solution in the second (calendar) quarter of 2002. InCopy will be available solely through the Adobe InDesign system integrator channel. Pricing will be determined by the integrators based on individual installations. www.adobe.com

Merant to Bundle Dreamweaver

Merant announced that it has signed a reseller agreement with Macromedia, Inc. Under terms of the agreement, Merant will bundle Macromedia Dreamweaver 4 or Dreamweaver UltraDev 4 with Merant PVCS Content Manager 2.0. Through WebWebDAV support, FTP integration, and “drag-and-drop” access to more than 40 pre-built Content Manager components and objects within Dreamweaver, PVCS Content Manager 2.0 provides customers with a dynamic content management solution. PVCS Content Manger ensures tight integration with Dreamweaver through product extensions including pre-built components such as authentication, syndication, personalization and dynamic date and document contribution. The pre-built components enable Web sites to be up and running quickly. This integration means Web designers can remain in the Dreamweaver environment and check assets in and out directly. PVCS Content Manager 2.0 addresses both enterprise and departmental content management requirements with one product. www.merant.com

Webcom Acquires Compelis

Webcom Limited announced that it has strengthened its content management offering through the acquisition of Compelis Corporation in order to deliver complete e-publishing solutions for its customers. Webcom now offers its customers a solution including content creation and conversion, storage, management, manufacturing and distribution of published materials for print and new media. Webcom’s solutions allow customers to take advantage of web-based custom publishing, print-on-demand and e-book distribution. With the ability to deliver content via new media channels – including the Internet and CD-ROM, Webcom is a single-source provider of integrated communications solutions. A specific advantage to Catalog publishers, Webcom’s Content Management includes the aggregation of industry databases. www.webcomlink.com

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