PSTextMerge Version 3.1 Adds New Features

Scottsdale, AZ — June 5, 2005 — PowerSurge Publishing has just released
version 3.1 of PSTextMerge. This latest release adds a “Scripts / Play
Recent” menu, making it easy to replay any of the recent scripts that have
been run. Also added is a template library and the ability to write
reusable templates and select them from a library in a common location. In
addition, there is now a new outline data format, allowing an easy
text-based outline format to be readily transferred into a flexible HTML

PSTextMerge is a software package that empowers its users to perform many
useful functions with lists of data. PSTextMerge can input, sort, filter,
merge and output such data. Scripts can be easily recorded to automate
repetitive operations.

One of PSTextMerge’s most popular and powerful features is the ability to
merge data lists into specially formatted HTML templates, generating custom
Web pages fully populated with the user’s data. This scheme allows the
dynamic, changing content of a Web page to be easily separated from its
static format, so that each portion can be more easily maintained in a
source program suited to the data type. When the dynamic data changes,
PSTextMerge can quickly regenerate the Web page with the latest data.

PSTextMerge is written in Java and is available for all major computing
platforms, including Mac OS X, Windows, and virtually all versions of Unix.
A demo version of the program can be downloaded from the PowerSurge
Publishing Web site, at The demo version has all
functions fully enabled for an unlimited period of time, but will only
process a maximum of 20 data records. A single-user license is available
for US $20. See the company Web site for further information.