CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA — LinkTek Corporation, a leading provider of data migration software, announced today the release of a new version of their LinkFixerPlus link maintenance and repair program.
LinkFixerPlus for Microsoft PowerPoint reduces data migration risk by ensuring that links to external files contained in PowerPoint files are automatically maintained when files or folders are moved or renamed. The newest version of LinkFixerPlus for Microsoft PowerPoint now provides direct binary file access to link information contained within PowerPoint files, as compared to previously providing indirect file access by using the Microsoft PowerPoint application server.
By performing direct file access, LinkFixerPlus for Microsoft PowerPoint provides IT professionals with significant benefits including:
- A 400% increase in PowerPoint file processing speeds as compared to previous versions.
- The installation of Microsoft PowerPoint is no longer required to process links contained in PowerPoint files.
IT Professionals who are tasked with moving end-users’ PowerPoint files when conducting data migrations – due to server consolidations, server name changes, path name changes or folder reorganizations – must also contend with the problem of ensuring that links contained within the files are not broken as a result of the move. For instance, PowerPoint files that contain links to graphic files or links pointing to multimedia files, including sound and video files, could have their links broken as a result of the move.
This is the problem that LinkFixerPlus for Microsoft PowerPoint solves. It has been designed so that IT professionals can automate the reporting, management and repair of links in Microsoft PowerPoint files and a wide variety of other types of files so they won’t have to worry about broken links as a result of files being moved or renamed.
LinkFixerPlus is the first software application that can fix broken links automatically in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, PageMaker, InDesign, AutoCAD, PDF and HTML file types when files or folders are moved or renamed. Using patented technology, LinkFixerPlus helps eliminate the time-consuming and tedious process of manually finding and fixing broken links. Additionally, LinkFixerPlus can create a variety of detailed reports, in Comma Separated Value (CSV) or HTML formats, showing all of the links contained within files, including any broken links.
First introduced at the Internet World convention in New York City, LinkFixerPlus won the Best of Show award in the design category. Since that time, LinkFixerPlus has been favorably reviewed by industry experts in: Cadalyst Magazine, eWeek, Redmond Magazine, Windows IT Pro, CNET radio, CNNfn, PC Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine,The Washington Post, The New York Times, Computer World and The Wall Street Journal.
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