Corel has launched three new internet ready products for the Macintosh, Print Office 2000, Print House 2000 and Corel Custom Photo.
The first ever Mac version of Corel's publishing software, Corel Print Office 2000, is aimed at small office and home office users that need to create documents, such as brochures and business cards, at an affordable price.
It will be available in the US from September, priced at $99. No European dates or prices were announced.
Print House 2000 for the Mac is the newest version of Corel's home publishing photo editing software, which enables users to design graphics on items such as greetings cards, banners, signs and labels, in print or on the Web. It is due to ship in late autumn priced around $79.95.
Corel Custom Photo for the Mac allows users to edit images, including adding text and clipart to photos, adjusting the lighting and focus or removing scratches. It is also due to ship in late autumn, at $59.95.
David Hayes, vice president of brand marketing at Corel, commented: "The Macintosh continues to be the platform of choice for many of our customers."
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