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LinkOptimizer 2.1 for Adobe InDesign

Toronto (ON), Canada–FEBRUARY 8, 2007–Zevrix Solutions today
announced the release of version 2.1 of LinkOptimizer, the solution
for reducing the size of images linked to Adobe InDesign document

LinkOptimizer allows users to save valuable storage space, time and
reduce production costs by eliminating excessive image data. The
program automatically reduces the size of linked images with an
effective resolution higher than the user-defined target resolution,
as well as images that were cropped in InDesign. LinkOptimizer opens
the images in Photoshop, automatically reduces their resolution, and
scales and crops them, replicating their dimensions in the InDesign
document. LinkOptimizer then reimports the images into the document
at 100% in precise position.

Version 2.1 introduces the following new features: -Processing of
rotated links – this major improvement will help users achieve even
greater effectiveness by optimizing an additional group of images
which were previously ignored. -Before processing, LinkOptimizer now
calculates the estimated saved space. -Total saved space counter
which displays the total space saved with LinkOptimizer since the
first time it was used.

LinkOptimizer saves, depending on a project, hours and even days of
production time for publishing houses, design firms, printers, and
service bureaus of any size. That’s the time it could take to process
the links manually! LinkOptimizer also helps users increase document
output speed, save the time of transferring jobs to outside sources
and reduce job cost through faster processing by service providers.

Pricing and Availability
LinkOptimizer 2.1 is priced at US$94.95 and can be purchased from the
Zevrix Solutions web site, Demo is also
available for download. The update is free for registered users of
LinkOptimizer. LinkOptimizer 2.1 is available for Mac OS X 10.4.2 and
higher, and works with Adobe InDesign CS/CS2 and Adobe Photoshop
CS/CS2. LinkOptimizer is a Universal Binary.

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