ID2Q (InDesign to QuarkXPress)

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ID2Q provides a quick, easy and affordable method for you to convert your files from Adobe InDesign to QuarkXPress. Once in QuarkXPress, users are now in a flexible and familiar environment, allowing for much easier editing.

Supports QuarkXPress 2017, 2016, 2015, 10 and 9 on Mac
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Seat Count is the number of systems a single License can be installed on. You may wish to purchase a 5 seat count, quantity 1, to install on 5 machines using a single License.

Quantity is the number of individual Licenses to purchase. You may wish to purchase 5 individual Licenses each to be installed on 1 system.

Choosing the Seat Count option is usually best, it allows for easier management of your License.
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$199 USD / €199 / £169 / $281 CAD

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ID2Q (Adobe InDesign to QuarkXPress) is an XTension for Quark. This QuarkXPress XTension provides users a quick and easy way to convert Adobe InDesign content into a new QuarkXPress document. The file conversion is done by simply selecting “Convert InDesign Document” from the Markzware menu within QuarkXPress. ID2Q converts InDesign CS through InDesign CC 2017 files into QuarkXPress 9, 10, 2015, 2016, or 2017 files on Mac.

With the ID2Q Quark XTension, intricate details of the InDesign document are instantly converted and re-created within QuarkXPress. ID2Q will convert InDesign items including:

• page positioning
• fonts
• styles
• images
• text attributes
• tables
• layers
• blends
• runarounds
• linked text boxes
• anchor boxes
• colors

Mac OS X

Mac OS X

  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or higher.
  • A valid license for QuarkXPress
  • Internet connection to activate and register ID2Q
  • Quark recommended hardware requirements to run your version of QuarkXPress



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 9 reviews
by Marty on ID2Q
V.P. Publishing Technology

We are a Quark Publishing Systems environment, so although we use InDesign, our core production environment is QuarkXpress. The designs we receive to be published in 100+ versions in 60 different languages are setup in our enterprise publishing system. ID2Q makes the task of building the design in Quark much easier saving us many hours of reconstructing and comparing our finished layout to what was supplied in Indesign. We also use Q2ID when a client request one of our layouts from our publishing system.

by Glen on ID2Q
Essential time saver

It's indescribable just how much time this plug-in and Q2ID save you time, These two plug-ins and PDF2DTP are plug-ins that I consider essential to any busy studio! The Conversions are quick and smooth and offer a way of getting a conversion revise out of the door quickly and without a fuss! #Essential_kit

by Stef on ID2Q
very sufficient tool

the ID2Q is a very very sufficient tool. Works pretty flawless.. thank you.

by Michael Chan on ID2Q
converted files are almost perfect

Knowing that much of the design industry has made the switch over to Adobe InDesign, we needed something to help us be more compatible in our QuarkXPress proficient studio. ID2Q saved us tons of time in having to recreate documents from scratch. The converted files are almost perfect, requiring only minor fixes. ID2Q is magical.

by Patrick Fultz on ID2Q
many of us who still feel Quark is a far superior layout program

With so many people buying into the InDesign/CS bandwagon, it’s great that Markzware has a tool to convert InDesign to Quark — there’s many of us who still feel Quark is a far superior layout program… Thanks, Markzware!

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