Free InDesign Server and Automating Creative Suite Seminar

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[] London, UK - XChange UK are pleased to announce a free Adobe InDesign Server and Automating Adobe Creative Suite 4 seminar. On 23rd November at Adobe offices in Regents Park London, users can learn how implementing InDesign Server can automate the design, layout and typographical abilities of Adobe(R) InDesign(R) CS4. The InDesign Server(R) engine currently drives a wide range of advertising, catalogue, editorial and brochure publishing solutions. Users are invited to attend this free educational seminar to understand how this solution could be utilised in their workflow.

In addition to a presentation of Adobe InDesign Server CS4, there will also be demonstrations of Switch(R) solutions from Enfocus(R) that provide configurable automation of Adobe CS4 applications for a variety of publishing environments, Quite Hot Imposing for automated imposition of PDF files, MadeToPrint for InDesign for automating output and conversion to PostScript, PDF or EPS from InDesign, solutions from Ctrl Print for effective communication of of document changes for InDesign and InCopy users, plus solutions from Em Software for bi-directional database publishing using InDesign.

Automating a workflow and removing manual processes is key to creating a thriving business in a challenging economy. Adobe InDesign Server & Automating Adobe Creative Suite 4 can show users how to save time and reduce costs with the latest innovative solutions in automation. There will be two sessions available for users and space is limited, so users are encouraged to register as soon as possible.

* Regents Park London - 23rd November 2009, half-day seminar
* Morning session: 9:00-12:30, Afternoon session 13:00-16:30

"We are excited to be a able to participate in providing users the chance to see first hand how they can efficiently and affordably streamline their workflows. With the current economic situation, we field numerous calls from customers everyday with enquiries as how to they can work smarter," offers Greg Stodghill, Technical Support Manager for XChange UK. "A lot of users have heard of these time and money-saving products, but are not clear what they offer and would like the chance to see them first hand. They will have the opportunity to speak directly with Adobe and solution providers about what would make most sense for their specific production needs."

For more information, users can visit the website, or call on 44(0)845 259 0255 during UK business hours.

XChange are a leading supplier of desktop graphic and publishing applications, QuarkXTension(R) technology; Adobe InDesign(R), Acrobat(R) and Photoshop(R) Plug-ins(R) and other design and publishing utilities. XChange offer extended technology products from across the world specific to the graphic design, print and publishing industries and make them available to an extensive user base via their printed catalogue or online at their web site. The company are headquartered in Central London and also offer specialist training on many of the solutions they sell.