Mead & Co today released Enhanced formatting as a new option for ScriptX 7.1. The powerful Enhanced formatting option improves the branding and professionalism of web-based content by allowing organisations to customise headers and footers by increasing their size and inserting graphics and html snippets in order to deliver a personalised experience.
Today the web is the most widely used method of delivering vital information both internally and externally to customers, partners and employees. However standard Microsoft Internet Explorer implementations don’t allow organisations to customise vital page areas when printing, leading to an unprofessional and unbranded experience for users.
Enhanced formatting solves these issues for ScriptX users, providing finer control over formatting and increased customisation. Organisations can add html snippets and images to headers and footers, vary header/footer dimensions by expanding them onto multiple lines, insert different text and graphics on first and subsequent pages as well as providing greater control over the page range specification.
“Whether it is consumers on your website or employees on the corporate intranet, people looking for information demand professional and well-branded content,” said Jerry Mead, CEO, Mead & Co. “However standard Internet Explorer functions deliver an unsophisticated, inconsistent result when printing browser-based content – ScriptX’s Enhanced formatting changes this by handing control over areas such as headers and footers back to your company. It provides a powerful way of customising browser-based content, delivering a professional impression, wherever it is printed.”
Enhanced formatting is available now, as an additional licence cost-option for ScriptX 7.0 onwards. It replaces the existing MaxiPT tool, which is still available for those with older browsers.