What is ARCPRESS?
ARCPRESS is a printing software that is mainly used for printers. It lets users print complex maps and large images which may be difficult for certain printers to process and manage. The software is designed and released by the software company called Arcgis. Once installed, the option to print with this software can easily be located in the ‘print’ dialogue box.
ARCPRESS comes with a driver that is compatible with most printers available on the market. Choosing the software for printing can be done automatically or manually depending on the printer being used. The software is equipped with Colo0r Adjustment option that lets users manage the overall desired appearance of the map being printed. it likewise prompts users to save the drawings or files to be compatible with the pre-configured settings of the software through the option ‘Use Printer Paper Settings’. The settings are also configurable based on gamma, brightness, saturation, and contrast.
ARCPRESS also assists users in choosing and saving documents using the appropriate resolution. To be able to use the software efficiently, a minimum of 10GB in storage is necessary. The software is also compatible with Windows-based computer systems.
File types supported by ARCPRESS
Our users primarily use ARCPRESS to open these file types: