Inmagic Announces DB/TextWorks Version 4.0 and DB/Text for Libraries

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Inmagic Announces DB/TextWorks Version 4.0 and DB/Text for Libraries


Inmagic, Inc., a developer of library automation and information retrieval software for the Web, intranets, CD-ROM, and LANs, has announced the release of DB/TextWorks version 4.0, which is designed for information management on desktops and networks. This version of the 32-bit text-management package incorporates MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes) and adds such features as integrated e-mail, images in reports, and scripting capabilities to streamline repetitive tasks.

Also announced is DB/Text for Libraries, a DB/Text Works application designed specifically for the management of catalogs, serials, loans, and orders in corporate libraries.

DB/TextWorks version 4.0 is packed with significant new features, many of which have been added in response to user requests. Included are integrated e-mail, which simplifies delivery of reports to one or many e-mail addresses from within DB/TextWorks; pictures (logos) in forms and screens; images in reports; improved form designer, which includes the ability to specify background color for forms, boxes, and more; the ability to add script buttons and functions to forms and screens; and cascading search menus.

"DB/TextWorks version 4.0 sets a new standard in terms of customization," said Phillip Green, Inmagic president and CEO. "We heard our users asking for a product that lets them perform more complex tasks with increasing ease, and that's what we've delivered. …

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