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'FROM CHAOS TO COLOR' CONFERENCE TO SHED LIGHT ON NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR THE PROFESSIONAL MACINTOSH USER

 MIAMI, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Macintosh users will learn about the latest computer graphics technology from electronic design experts at an upcoming conference co-sponsored by MacInstitute and Power Images.
 Scheduled for June 3-5 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Miami, "From Chaos to Color" will shed light on advanced design techniques, creative software and breakthrough technology for intermediate to advanced Mac users.
 MacInstitute, which provides comprehensive training, service and technical support for the Apple Macintosh computer platform, has assembled with Power Images a roster of electronic design experts to instruct participants in the newest color graphics hardware and software for the Macintosh Computer environment.
 In addition to Apple Computer, participating corporations include Adobe Systems, Aldus Corporation, Fractal Design Corporation, Linotype- Hell, Optronics, Quark, Inc. and Fuji. The software instruction series will cover Fractal Design, FreeHand, Illustrator, PhotoShop, QuarkXPress and System 7.
 "We intend for this conference to become the leading program in the South Florida market for exchanging high technology information," said Dean Snow, president and chief operating officer of MacInstitute. "We recognized the market need for bringing major software and hardware providers together to help professional users expand their skills and assist their understanding of this rapidly changing technology."
 The first two days of the conference, Thursday, June 3, and Friday, June 4, will cover design techniques and software applications, with a complete imaging center on site. Seminars on Saturday, June 5, will focus on high-end color production techniques -- from graphics and color separating to film and final proofs.
 Cost of the three-day event is $365. Attendance is limited to 200 participants. To register or request more information, call MacInstitute at 800-328-4349.
 Based in Hollywood, Fla., MacInstitute is a full-service technical resource company which offers training, consulting, sales, maintenance and technical support for the Apple Macintosh computer platform. In South Florida, MacInstitute is the only company with the Apple Training Alliance designation.
 Power Images is a full-service imaging center based in Fort Lauderdale. Production services include imagesetting and film separations, color digital proofing, slide imaging, and color scans and separations.
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 /NOTE TO EDITOR: Print and broadcast media are invited to cover the seminar.
 CONTACT: Mark Miller, director of marketing and sales of MacInstitute, 305-920-3899/


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