NumberGen 1.5

April 26, 2010

One of the most powerful tools in CorelDRAW is the ability to impose multiple pages onto a single printed sheet. When combined with the Print Merge facility, you can do amazing projects in a very limited timeframe. Probably the toughest part of such a product is creating a proper data file when numbering forms or tickets. The NumberGen utility will solve that problem by creating a data file in a minimal amount of time. It is even designed to create the data in a way that the stacks of tickets will be numbered properly from top to bottom. If you need to create numbered items via print merge, you really need to check out NumberGen.

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