MapText’s Label-EZ now works with Adobe Illustrator CS2

Plainsboro, NJ – July 13, 2006. MapText’s premier cartographic labeling software, Label-EZ 4.8, now offers the ability to output the fully symbolized features and the placed labels into Adobe Illustrator CS2. A post-editing plugin called Label-Edit is provided to users for easy map finishing. Label-Edit is also available for Adobe Illustrator 9, 10, and CS1.

The increase in popularity of Adobe Illustrator CS2 prompted MapText to develop a compatible interface between CS2 and Label-EZ. MapText believes that users will benefit significantly from this addition specifically in terms of map quality and production speed. So far, several leading map publishers have benefited from Label-EZ and its output to Adobe Illustrator.

MapText’s market-leading software system, Label-EZ, places text fully automatically on maps of any scale and style according to the highest cartographic standards and precise user preferences extremely quickly and cost-effectively. This results in enormous time and cost savings for users. Label-EZ provides users with conflict detection across all layers of information. Users can set placement rules for individual layers and also control the relative priority among layers.

If you’d like more information or a customized demonstration, contact MapText’s sales team at Email Contact.

MapText, Inc.
MapText is the leading label-placement solutions provider for local, state, and national government mapping agencies worldwide. Its software places text automatically for virtually any kind of map or chart – to high cartographic standards and at incredible speed. The software is in use worldwide for making city street maps, highway maps, cadastral maps, soil maps, utility maps, as well as nautical and aeronautical charts. For more information, visit our website at www.maptext.com.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, contact:
MapText Sales Department
T. +1-609-716-7552 Email. Email Contact


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