How to Open InDesign CC 2017 in QuarkXPress 2015: ID2Q Quark XTension

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Markzware walks you through how to open InDesign CC 2017 in QuarkXPress 2015, using the ID2Q Quark XTension. See the how-to video & easy steps below:

Many printers, publishers and graphic artists use conversion solutions that provide less than reliable file conversion. Conversion software from Markzware could bring quality InDesign to QuarkXPress conversion to your workflow.

InDesign users, QuarkXPress users, and other creative professionals use Markzware‘s industry-leading conversion tools in organizations worldwide. Markzware’s ID2Q XTension for QuarkXPress 2015 can convert InDesign CC (Creative Cloud) 2017 files to QuarkXPress 2015.

Want to get your Adobe InDesign CC 2017 data into a QXP 2015 document? Find out how, by watching this ID2Q demonstration video on document conversion:

How to Open InDesign CC 2017 in QuarkXPress 2015: ID2Q Quark XTension


You can use Markzware’s ID2Q XTension to transfer content from InDesign to QuarkXPress, including blends, linked text boxes, text attributes, and more.

How to Open InDesign CC 2017 in QuarkXPress 2015 via ID2Q Quark XTension:
1. Install ID2Q and click the “Markzware” menu item in the QuarkXPress 2015 menu bar, to bring up the ID2Q menu.
2. Hover over the word “ID2Q” and click “Convert InDesign® Document…” in the ID2Q menu selections.
3. Select the InDesign CC 2017 file (INDD document) you wish to convert and click “Open”.
4. Click “OK” in the Conversion Options window.
5. Edit and save the new QuarkXPress 2015 document.

ID2Q can import InDesign Creative Cloud files from INDD into QuarkXPress QXP. Files converted by ID2Q retain their original formatting.

ID2Q can benefit commercial workflows:
• offers simple installation.
• provides fast return on investment.
• can save you valuable graphic design time.
• allows you the freedom to work in a QuarkXPress environment on macOS.
• converts your Adobe InDesign documents into QuarkXPress projects, with accuracy.
• enables workflow members to move on quickly to other graphic arts projects, for increased productivity.

ID2Q Quark XTension Menu to
Open InDesign CC 2017 in QuarkXPress 2015:

Markzware ID2Q QuarkXPress 9 10 Mac Access ID2Q MenuID2Q’s Key Features
• converts InDesign to QuarkXPress with Markzware’s data conversion technology.
• batch converts multiple Adobe InDesign files to QuarkXPress files.
• supports file conversion of Adobe InDesign CS-CC 2017 files.
• allows QuarkXPress 2015 document users to open InDesign files.
• reconstructs the INDD document within a QXP document on macOS.

How would you like to be able to edit InDesign content and be able to use QuarkXPress features to do it? ID2Q converts your INDD document file into a new QXP document, so that you can modify details, within a QuarkXPress environment.

File Types Supported by the ID2Q Bundle for Mac:
• InDesign CS through InDesign CC 2017
• QuarkXPress 10.5 through QuarkXPress 2016

Thank goodness for conversion software from Markzware. ID2Q can smooth InDesign to QuarkXPress data transition, as well as help Adobe InDesign users bringing QuarkXPress into the workflow.

ID2Q can convert InDesign document items, inclluding blends, colors, fonts, layers, and images. It can also convert tables, page positioning, linked text boxes, and more.
id2q-logoWhen you receive input as an InDesign file, you can open that INDD document, right in your QuarkXPress app. Using ID2Q, you can import InDesign elements into a QXP project and make edits.

To buy Markzware‘s InDesign to QuarkXPress XTension, please visit the ID2Q page. You can buy more document conversion tools, via the Markzware Products page.

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How to Open InDesign CC 2017 in QuarkXPress 2015: ID2Q Quark XTension

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