QuarkXPress 9 opens a whole new world of digital design and publishing to you in one tool, with one familiar interface — without requiring coding or. Denver - 4/26/ - Quark announced today that QuarkXPress® 9, the newest release of Quark's page-layout and design software, is now available to. Denver - 4/6/ - Quark announced today the availability of the day Test Drive of QuarkXPress® 9, the next major version of the page-layout and graphic.
For example, a new feature can automatically apply styles to text, based on sophisticated rules and a new tool lets you create complex shapes without having to draw them by hand. The new version of QuarkXPress offers nearly a dozen enhancements of that nature. A major new capability lets you export documents to ePub format for the creation of e-books. QuarkXPress 9 understands the issues inherent in creating ePub files, and provides a good tool for doing so. Rather, Quark says App Studio will be included in a free upgrade to version 9 that is expected to ship by August. Macworld will formally review QuarkXPress 9 when that version is released. Smarter object creation and linking Over the years, desktop publishing tools have made once-difficult tasks such as text wrap routine.
The program that sparked the DTP revolution is revamped for the iPad age What does it do and who is it targeted at? It is aimed at creative professionals involved in the production of page layouts for print, online and mobile platforms and at printers looking to offer value-added marketing services to their clients, such as the ability to output not just the printed publication, but also to provide digital editions for a variety of platforms. QuarkXPress 9 will ship in April and will be available through authorised Quark resellers and through the Quark Store. App Studio for QuarkXPress — which enables publishing to the iPad — will be available as a free update to QuarkXPress 9 users within 90 days of shipping. Making digital publishing easy and cost-effective for creatives. According to vice-president of marketing Gavin Drake, "nobody else is currently doing that, either in terms of making it easy or cost-effective".