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PrintToPDF updated to 2.2.3
PrintToPDF, a shareware Macintosh printer driver that creates Adobe PDF files, has been updated to version 2.2.3. The new release fixes a crash in FileMaker Pro, improves URL and e-mail address recognition, and fixes a compatibility problem with WordText.
iOrganize updated to 3.4.1
Version 3.4.1 of iOrganize, an update to the $15 standard NotePad enhancement, has been released. The new version fixes a problem with preferences and adds several minor enhancements. Mac OS X and Classic versions are available.
iLabel updated to version 1.6
iLabel, a label printing application designed for printing mailing labels and visit cards, has been updated to version 1.6. The new release sports improvements such as the ability to start printing at any position to reuse partially printed sheets, and keyboard shortcuts to move shapes. Mac OS X and Classic versions are available.
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