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HIGH FUNCTIONALITY, LOW COST CHARACTERIZE NEW MICROIMAGE DIGITAL SCANNER 300

 ATLANTA, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Anacomp, Inc. (NYSE: AAC), today announced the introduction of the MicroImage Digital Scanner 300(TM), a low-cost, full-function workstation for digitizing and electronically processing micrographic images on demand.
 The MicroImage Digital Scanner 300 scans and digitizes micrographic images, allowing them to be viewed, edited, or enhanced on a personal computer (PC) screen. The digitized image then can be sent electronically to a laser printer or fax machine, or distributed over an electronic network to another image-capable device.
 The Digital Scanner 300 will be priced at less than $5,000 -- significantly less than its nearest competitor. It offers certain functions available only on much costlier systems, according to David Noll, Anacomp's marketing manager for retrieval products. "There is very strong demand for an affordable, fiche-based scanner," Noll explained. "Our product has many of the capabilities of competing systems, but at a fraction of the cost."
 Anacomp is the world's leading full-service provider of micrographic systems, services, and supplies, with over 15,000 customers in North and South America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim.
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 /CONTACT: Kathy McCannon of Anacomp, 404-262-2667; or Melissa Wilmoth of Cameron Associates, 212-644-9560, for Anacomp/
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