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Support for InPrint 2 ended on 31st July 2020. Why has support ended? What are my options?
Why has support ended?
InPrint 2 was originally released in 2002 and has not been updated since it was replaced by InPrint 3 in 2016.
We are committed to providing you with the best support and user experience possible, however, as older operating systems are retired it becomes increasingly difficult to provide the level of support and user experience you have come to expect from us.
Therefore, we ended support for InPrint 2 (UK) on 31st July 2020 to focus on delivering improvements and bug fixes to our existing product range, which includes InPrint 3.
What are my options?
InPrint 3 was released as a direct replacement for InPrint 2 in 2016. It comes with a massively improved easy-to-use interface and 100s of ready-made templates allowing you to create visual supports in minutes.
This shows you how to write in a special frame where you can easily make the contents fill the space available.
You can write in text and switch just the odd symbol on to illustrate the more important words.
This video compares the two modes of writing – with symbol support and with just text.
You can personalise your choice of symbols and save these choices so they are automatically chosen when the program is run again later.
This shows you how to place a photo or other image anywhere on the screen and how it can be re-positioned and sized.
See the way in which a photo or other image can be used with a word instead of a standard symbol.
This is an important topic which shows you how to add an alternative word to any symbol.
Grids and Tables
This shows the simple way of making a table using a frame as the base for each cell.
In a table you can merge cells together, and unmerge them if you make a mistake or change your mind.
Here you see how to change the width of a column or the height of a row.
This video shows how to make a more interesting table layout with space between a heading row and the rest of the table.
Sometimes you need to make a table with specific dimensions. This shows you how to achieve this.
This shows how to insert and delete rows, and how to insert and delete columns.
See the way in which a photo or other image can be used to fill a frame or a cell in a table.
Use speech bubbles with symbolised text (or just text). This helps make a more interesting document. Learn how to arrange objects front to back.
Widgit Symbols and Widgit Pictures can have the colouring of the images changed. This video shows how to do that.
It is sometimes useful to use black and white symbols instead of coloured images. There is also the facility for changing the skin tone of all relevant symbols.
This very short, but important, video shows you how to set up the paper in Landscape mode.
The appearance of the frame around writing and in tables can be changed in appearance in a variety of ways.
This section describes the two areas where files can be stored according to whether they are private or shared.
This video shows how to print a document as single pages or as a book ready to fold and staple.
This video shows how to insert and delete pages. Also shown is how to number pages using master items.