MadeToPrint & MadeForLayers available for Adobe InDesign 2021

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Paul Lindström

Axaio announce that MadeToPrint and MadeForLayers are now available for Adobe's newest InDesign version 2021.

With new features and enhancements in Adobe InDesign 2021, such as a streamlined review process using new revision tools, intelligent scene recognition for a more flexible text flow, and the use of HSB colour values instead of RGB conversion, layouts, graphics and text designs for print and digital are now easier to achieve.
We are all the more pleased that also axaio's products MadeToPrint (Standard and Auto) and MadeForLayers are immediately compatible with Adobe InDesign 2021.

MadeToPrint is a plug-in for, among others, Adobe InDesign to automate print output processes. This is achieved by standardizing print settings, merging multiple output steps and ensuring consistent output results using a variety of check options. MadeToPrint optimizes output processes, which greatly increases output reliability and reduces production time.

MadeForLayers is a plug-in for Adobe InDesign, among others, which greatly simplifies the processing of documents containing a large number of layers. With MadeForLayers, several layers are combined in layer views to display document versions, such as a regional, technical or language-specific version, with a single mouse click - clearly and concisely. Errors are minimized and valuable layout time is saved because the layer views created can be reused. MadeForLayers is also included as an integrated functionality in MadeToPrint for the automated output of layer views in various export formats, e.g. PDF.

The new versions of MadeToPrint and MadeForLayers for Adobe InDesign 2021 are immediately available. Prices for MadeToPrint start at € 349 (excl. VAT) for the Standard version and € 2 490 (excl. VAT) for the Auto version. The single-user license of MadeForLayers costs € 149 (excl. VAT). For more information please contact

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