Bee Docs' Timeline updated to 2.0.1 for Leopard

December 28, 2007 in Software (E)


Bee Documents announces the release of Bee Docs' Timeline 2.0.1, an update to its popular timeline software for Mac OS X Leopard.

Bee Docs' Timeline 2.0.1 adds searchable help documentation and fixes several issues based on user feedback. The new documentation can be accessed through the Help menu and includes illustrated topics such as Understanding Automatic Layout, Image and Photos, and How to Set BC Dates.

Other improvements include the high resolution printing and export of images, and several user interface improvements.

The Bee Docs' Timeline 2.0.1 update is available free of charge to all registered Bee Docs' Timeline customers. Customers using previous versions can update using the "Check for Updates" feature of Bee Docs' Timeline or can download the new version from

Bee Docs' Timeline 2: Create timeline charts that inspire with Mac OS X -
A ground-up redesign of Bee Documents' popular timeline-charting software, version 2 caters to the specific needs of students, educators, professionals and film makers. Mac users who would like to create elegant timelines of historical events, iPhoto albums, iCal calendars, iTunes tracks and Address Book contacts can test drive the software by downloading the free trial today.

Pricing and Availability:
Bee Docs' Timeline 2.0.1 is available now directly from Bee Documents with a free trial of the software available on the website. Pricing for a full license is $40.00. This is a free update for all existing Bee Docs' Timeline customers.

Located in Pioneer Square in the heart of downtown Seattle, Bee Documents, Inc. is an artisan software company that is inspired by its customers. Bee Documents takes great pride in bringing useful and elegant products to life. Founded in 2002 by Adam Behringer, Bee Documents built the world's first timeline software designed for Mac OS X.


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