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June 17, 2000 Show:   Topic: Publishing Software  Guest: Kevin Reilly
Canon is a global technology leader with over 24 billion dollars in sales in 1998. The Canon Software is a division of Canon Computer Systems that publishes titles from both independent third-party developers and associated Canon companies.

Kevin Reilly, Senior Product Manager, discusses Canon Publishing Suite and Canon Office Ready Professional. These inexpensive products can get a professional looking presentation ready for you in very little time without a lot of money. A few of the features include over 1000 templates for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint in the Canon Office Ready Professional, while the Canon Publishing Suite includes photo editing and layout, conversions to spot and 4-color separations, and mail merge.
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