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FRESH MEADOWS, NY—NOVEMBER 14, 2000—Data Conversion Laboratory will be among more than 200 of the aerospace industry’s leading companies exhibiting new technologies, products and services during Aviation Week’s Fourth Annual Aerospace Expo Conference & Exhibition, November 14-16 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA.

Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) recently signed a service partnership agreement with Arbortext and last week introduced its DC Tracker service to help clients track the progress of their conversion jobs online. Both developments should prove helpful to DCL’s aerospace clients, which include Delta Air, Jeppesen, Bombardier Aerospace, Atlas Air, Rolls Royce Allison, as well as Boeing-Douglas, Sikorsky and Gulfstream.

“DCL has long been a leader in tech doc conversion for aerospace and welcomes the chance to show how we’re keeping ahead of developments in the aerospace e-business sector,” said Mark Gross, president of DCL.

Aerospace Expo 2000 is the industry’s largest integrated conference and exhibition. This year’s event focuses on e-business strategies and developments, including a new dedicated Aerospace e-biz conference track in addition to the established OEM/Supplier and AeroEngineering conferences.

About Data Conversion Laboratory

Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) is a world leader in providing conversion services and software for a diverse range of industries; including aerospace, pharmaceutical, automotive, telecommunications, publishing, computer hardware & software, government agencies and utilities. Specializing in XML and SGML, DCL supports all major electronic formats including HTML, Interleaf, Bookmaster, Folio, Quark, FrameMaker, Miles, MS Word, troff, LaTex, Xyvision, Ventura, PDF and WordPerfect, as well as paper and microfilm.  DCL specializes in converting high-volume, complex technical documentation which includes elaborate tables, equations, cross-references, special characters, footnotes and complex imaging requirements including hotspots. The company recently authored a chapter on XML conversion for Charles Goldfarb's XML Handbook (Prentice Hall). For more information, please visit

About Aviation Week Conferences & Exhibitions

Aviation Week Conferences & Exhibitions is the professional education and events arm of the Aviation Week division of The McGraw-Hill Companies  (NYSE: MHP). With nearly 50 products and services and an audience of some one million professionals and enthusiasts, Aviation Week is the world’s largest multimedia information provider to the aviation and aerospace market.

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