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For Immediate Release



AcroXchange converts PDF files to a wide array of vector, raster and Web-ready formats

KENT, Wash., March 29, 2004 - Tailor Made Software, Ltd., a leading provider of CAD data conversion and visualization tools for the Windows, UNIX and Linux platforms, today announced AcroXchangeT which converts Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and Illustrator (AI V9+) files into popular CAD, technical illustration, raster and Web-ready formats.

AcroXchange provides a method for rapidly converting numerous files in PDF into a variety of raster and vector output formats without the loss of detail. Some features in AcroXchange are:

"The PDF format is one of the most widely used formats in industry and a simple conversion tool is needed," said Michael Celiceo, Director, Marketing & Business Development, Tailor Made Software. "We are pleased to be able to provide a conversion solution for users of PDF files. AcroXchange, along with our other translation products, provides a complete translation software environment by allowing designers to quickly, easily, and accurately exchange data with customers, management or other team members."

"Tailor Made's products work well within Freeborders' latest generation products, and their customer service is responsive and helpful," said Robert Harned, VP Engineering for Freeborders, Inc.

AcroXchange can process an entire directory tree in a single operation, converting all qualifying files into the designated output format. The translator offers one-step creation of high quality images in JPEG, TIFF, PNG and other popular raster formats.

AcroXchange, priced at $3,995.00 on a per copy, per server basis, is available on Windows, Linux and Solaris servers. For additional pricing information and to download an evaluation copy, please visit www.tailormade.com.


About Tailor Made Software, Ltd.

Tailor Made Software, Ltd was founded in 1990 by Scott Taylor, the recognized expert in CAD graphic file conversion. In 1999, Tailor Made Software merged with ZoomON AB of Sweden with the idea of combining TMS's leading CAD data translation software with ZoomON's "Internet" visualization applications. Along the way, ZoomON purchased Arnona Internet Software, makers of the popular CADViewer product line in an effort to expand the companies' visualization offerings. In late 2001, Tailor Made Software was spun out to focus on providing data conversion and Internet Viewing software products as an independent company. The company is based in Kent, Washington (Near Seattle), USA. To learn more about the company, please visit www.tailormade.com and/or www.cadviewer.com.