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ACD Systems Canvas X software introduction

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ACDSeeACD Systems Canvas X software introduction : ACD Systems International Inc., makers of Canvas technical illustration software and ACDSee photo management software announced today the immediate availability of Canvas X software. Known as the only cross-platform, fully integrated graphics application, Canvas X software provides an optimized workflow for the cost-effective creation, enhancement, presentation, and distribution of technical illustrations and graphics across a broad range of industries. Canvas X software streamlines the workflow process and saves organizations time and money by addressing the needs of technical professionals at every stage of a project.
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With support for over 80 import options, including DXF and DWG, Canvas X software allows users to import, edit and enhance illustrations, images, and even legacy project data into one document. Canvas X software boasts advanced annotation, mark-up and redlining tools for improved workgroup collaboration by allowing users to make and share comments and identify points of concern, all within the same document. For maximum security in sharing projects, Canvas X enables users to create encrypted PDFs with password protection.

ACD Systems Canvas X software - Optimizations
Support for 100+ file formats, reducing the need to purchase, train or support other software applications, enhanced DXF/DWG support, ensuring that the highest degree of fidelity is retained during import for AutoCAD files, even when 3D drawings are projected into Canvas X’s 2D design space, mark-up and Redlining tools, documenting the iterative design process through the application of comments and unique colors to facilitate collaboration among team members, Canvas Print Driver for Windows, furthering the ability to edit and enhance content using Canvas’ image editing and drawing tools by "printing" complex illustrations, photos or files from any software application into a Canvas document and ActiveX control support for Windows, enabling users to embed ActiveX controls directly within Canvas X documents, thereby expanding workflow processes designed to monitor and increase productivity through centralized data management. In addition, a variety of integrated distribution options including Web content, professional-quality publications, display graphics and numerous industry standard file formats are also accessible from within Canvas X.

ACD Systems Canvas X software - Easy integration
"The ability to open complex file formats in an editable format has allowed me to easily integrate files into a single workable document," states Eric Kristiansen, senior electrical engineer at Rockwell Collins. "The ability of Canvas X software to work with so many file formats allows me to use it as a single source program. For example, I often open a map (.jpg) then overlay an AutoCAD file on top of it, and then I save it out to a PDF. This way the customer can easily see what we are proposing. The speed at which I am able to create designs and presentation material has allowed our projects to have a very professional appearance."

ACD Systems Canvas X software - Pricing and Availability
Available for Windows and Macintosh, Canvas X software is available at the suggested retail price of $399.99 for the full product. Upgrades are available for registered users at price points ranging from $199.99 to $49.99 (depending on version and platform) for a limited time introductory offer. Also available are add-on modules that add industry-specific functionality to the core features available in Canvas. Add the GIS+ module to Canvas X to visualize, present and share GIS data and projects within a fully georeferenced environment. Add the Scientific Imaging module to Canvas X to analyze and visualize files that require up to 32 bits of floating point pixel data per channel.

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