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    Variable data printing

    I know that for HP Indigo machines there is a yours truly software. Is there any similar software for Xerox?

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    You can do it in Indesign or Coreldraw.

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    use darwin & Illustrator

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    Corel draw is a good option.
    Searching on Xerox web site there's an application called FreeFlow. You should try it.

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    XMPie! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndako View Post
    You can do it in Indesign or Coreldraw.
    confirm
    CorelDraw

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    What are your needs?

    It all comes down to what your need are.
    Whether you do large (thousands of records) of vardata jobs on a daily basis, or smaller jobs less frequently.

    Xerox has something called FreeFlowâ„¢ VIPPâ„¢ Pro Publisher which is an InDesign plugin.
    Also, for frequent or large jobs, you should consider a dedicated program (which can output VIPP) like XMPie (expensive but considered one of the best) or one of the may other similar programs.
    If you have smaller jobs and not very frequently, you can use Corel or even the simple Data Merge function in InDesign.

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    InDesign has some powerful options to manage variable data. Read more info here: [URL="http://help.adobe.com/en_US/indesign/cs/using/WSa285fff53dea4f8617383751001ea8cb3f-6c3ca.html"]link[/URL].

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    Xmpie, its simple and usefull.
    If you use lot of variable data, look Crystal Reports.

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    I recommend PrintShopMail

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    Thumbs up Printshop Mail !!!

    I recommend PrintShop Mail too....

    It's a very powerful VDP software especially with 'logical function' capability, working very good with any database format...

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    I agree with one of the posts above, using the built in tools of Adobe InDesign has saved me a lot of grief in the past. It's easy to do ticket numbering etc. as well. So long as you are not after anything too technical!

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    Hi,

    I use PrintShop Mail. It is perfect for variable data

    Salu2

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    PrintShop Mail

    I recommend PrintShop Mail. Very complete program.

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    I prefer Kodak Darwin

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