Outline Art/graphics/commercial

From: Bruce D. Nelson (aa789@cleveland.Freenet.Edu)
Date: 06/01/93-10:41:54 PM Z

From: aa789@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Bruce D. Nelson)
Subject: Outline Art/graphics/commercial
Date: Tue Jun  1 22:41:54 1993

 (from Z*Net 9310)
 PRESS RELEASE   February 25, 1993
 DMC Publishing
 2800 John Street, Unit 10
 Markham, Ontario
 Canada L3R 0E2   Tel: (416) 479-1880   Fax: (416) 479-1882
 GEnie:      ISD
 Compuserve: 76004,2246
 Contact:    Nathan Potechin
 DMC Publishing is proud to announce the release of Outline Art 3.0.
 This long-awaited upgrade to the original Outline Art standard includes
 all the features that made the original famous, plus color, eps/ps
 export, macro keys, user-definable UNDO, context-sensitive help which
 explains each and every feature and more.  Two variations of this
 program are currently available, in two megabyte or four megabyte
 configurations depending upon your existing hardware.  When placing your
 upgrade or order, please indicate your specific Atari computer.
 To all of our existing registered owners of Outline Art, the
 introductory upgrade charge until May 30, 1993, is US $49.95 or $59.95
 The introductory retail price of Outline Art 3.0 is US $149.95 or
 $175.00 Canadian.
 Effective immediately, the new price for the industry-standard Outline
 Art 1.0 is US $89.95 or $109.95 Canadian.
 The July/August 1992 issue of Atari Explorer carried the winners of the
 second annual Outline Art contest.  The contest attracted entries from
 professional and amateur Outline Art users, worldwide and is indicative
 of the position long held by this vector graphic drawing program from
 DMC.  (Note: All winning entries are available for downloading from our
 library #30 in the Atari Roundtable Library on GEnie.)
 The 4 Megabyte DEMO version of Outline Art 3.0 is now available for
 downloading.  Although Save and export functions have been disabled, and
 the context sensitive help has been left out, the program is entirely
 functional and will give you a complete preview of the capabilities that
 have made DMC's Outline Art famous.
 For further information, please do not hesitate to contact your nearest
 Atari Dealer or DMC directly.  We will be pleased to answer any
 questions you might have.
 Nathan Potechin
 DMC Publishing

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