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Making Arabic Software and Technology Available to the Arabic Language Speakers and Learners Worldwide. Localization of Software, Translation
of Text and The Internet into Arabic.

NewspaperXT, a QuarkXPress XTensions, allows you to receive customized warnings on errors and enables managers and chief editors to monitor the progress of the current newspaper ediion, while it is being produced, on your system's web browser.

NewspaperXT allows you to eliminate confusion in publishing and to improve efficiency. It leaves no room for mistakes and eliminates errors in your newspaper.

Features & Benefits
Reduce Cost
With NewspaperXT, say goodbye to all costly design and pre- and post-printing errors. NewspaperXT saves you valuable time and money and ensures that no last-minute mistakes are found in the final stage of your print job.

A mistake-free operation translates into increased revenues. No more extra charges or wasted staff time. Run a more efficient operation, freeing you up to produce bigger and better publications.

Improve Efficiency
NewspaperXT gives you total control over the newspaper because you monitor its status electronically at all times through any web browser. NewspaperXT puts it all at your fingertips!


  • A Warning Manager alerts you to different problems through a customized warnings list. Based upon your own preferences, NewspaperXT displays warnings for:
    - Missing picture files
    - Overflowed text boxes
    - Cropped pictures
    - Pictures having:
       1. A Resolution under a predefined dpi value
       2. A predefined color mode (RGB, HSB, LAB, Grayscale, etc...)
       3. A specific file format (JPEG, TIFF, PICT, EPS, PSD, GIF, etc...)
       4. Non-uniform scaling ratios

With NewspaperXT, receive automatic and customized warnings based on your own set of preferences about different problems in your document's items through the "Warning List".

A mistake-free operation allows you to save valuable time and money and to say goodbye to all costly design and pre- and post-printing errors.

  • An XPort feature allows you to electronically export your newspaper preview in HTML form. The HTML Preview is exported in specified time increments or when the document is saved so that you continuously monitor your job's status through your system's web browser.

  • Access a thumbnail preview of the current newspaper pages, as they are being produced, and a full preview of each page. In addition, you can preview previously published issues; simply select a desired date, specify a range of pages you want to preview from previous editions of the newspaper, and the selected portion of the newspaper is accessible right from your system's web browser. NewspaperXT allows you to guarantee a total control over your newspaper and to be updated on its progress at all times.


System Requirements

  Macintosh   Windows
  PowerPC G3 or faster   Version currently not available
  128MB RAM    
  20MB Hard Disk Space    
  1 CD-ROM drive for Installation    
  QuarkXPress 4.1 or later    

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