FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PINEHILL PRODUCTS RELEASES CREATIVEPAGE 2.8 – POWERFUL WEB SITE CREATION
Rochester, NY – September 18th, 2001 – PineHill Products releases
CreativePage 2.8, the powerful and customizable web site creation package
for the Mac OS and Mac OS X operating systems.
CreativePage 2.8 is a powerful web site creation tool, letting you create
and edit professional web pages with ease using the versatile HTML features
With CreativePage, you can be creating a professional web site in minutes
with all of the built in assistants, formatting tools, and other features.
Even with the high demands of today, CreativePage is definitely the tool of
choice for anyone dealing with HTML or web site authoring. Plus, at only
$25.95, no one can live without it!
Key New Features of CreativePage 2.8:
– New preview in browser system, adding 2 new browsers.
– Improved interface.
– New options added to shortcuts, preferences, and more.
– Numerous bug fixes.
– Get Page from Web feature added, along with many other features.
– Much, much more!
Requirements and Pricing
CreativePage requires Mac OS 8.6 or later, including Mac OS X to run.
CarbonLib 1.3 or later is required, which can be found at:
CreativePage is only $25.95, and a demo can be downloaded from the PineHill
Products web site (http://www.pinehillproducts.com/) Once ready to
purchase, you can use the PineHill Products company online store
(http://www.pinehillproducts.com/store/) and place your order online.
About PineHill Products
PineHill Products develops and publishes quality and professional
applications and utilities for the Macintosh computer.
For more information on PineHill Products, including CreativePage,
SiteToolkit and FinalWord, you can visit our website:
http://www.pinehillproducts.com or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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