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Fourth World Releases Universal Binary of WebMerge

Fourth World Releases Universal Binary of WebMerge

by , 12:00 AM EST, January 30th, 2007

Fourth World Media Corp. announced the immediate availability of the universal binary, version 2.4.2, of its WebMerge application on Monday.

WebMerge creates static HTML Web pages from any database or spreadsheet that exports in tab-delimited format. This includes FileMaker Pro and Microsoft Excel.

"Apple's new Intel-based Macs are blazing fast, and we're very happy to take full advantage of their performance with this new Universal Binary version of WebMerge," said Richard Gaskin, president of Fourth World Media Corporation.

Webmerge 2.4.2 is a free upgrade and is available at the publisher's Website. It is priced at US$99.00


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