December 1, 2009 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Raleigh, North Carolina - Pariahware, Inc, a consulting firm and shareware developer, has announced today it is shipping Doc Merge v2.1, a Word automation tool. With Doc Merge, the user simply drags their Word documents into the Doc Merge window, chooses to add page breaks or not, and click the Merge Docs button. When finished, Doc Merge will even open the new document for you.
"I am happy that Doc Merge for Macintosh has been updated", stated Christian Miller, President of Pariahware, Inc. "We have worked hard to make Doc Merge a Universal Binary and had to learn a whole new programming language to make it compatible with Microsoft Word 2008."
Once Doc Merge is launched, simply drag Word documents into the window from the Finder. Documents may be dragged to their proper order before merging, or the user can click on one of the two auto-sort options from the toolbar. If a page break is desired in between the merged documents, just a click of the toolbar is required. Finally, clicking on the Merge Docs toolbar button starts the merging process. When done, Doc Merge will even open the new document on the user's behalf.
New in this version
* Doc Merge is a Universal Binary
* It no longer needs to be in a special location on the drive
* Compatible with Microsoft Word 2008
* Compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
* All new user interface
Doc Merge requires Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6, as well as Microsoft Word 2008. A Windows version is also available and requires Windows 7 and Microsoft Word 2007.
Pricing and Availability:
Pariahware's Doc Merge is shareware and comes with a free trial. A license which unlocks the 2 document trial limitation can be purchased for $34.95 USD.
Pariahware, Inc. provides consulting services for those wishing to have cross-platform software developed for iPhone, Macintosh, Windows and Linux. Pariahware, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is based in Raleigh, NC. Copyright 2001-2008 Pariahware, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Microsoft Word is a registered trademark of Microsoft Inc.