ID2Q Video Demo

ID2Q Video Demo

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Convert Adobe InDesign to QuarkXPress with ID2Q. Check out the ID2Q demo video below:

ID2Q Demo video – InDesign to QuarkXPress Converter

Markzware’s new ID2Q subscription bundle will come with extensions for QuarkXPress 9, as well as the new 10. ID2Q will convert everything, with a click, from InDesign right into QuarkXPress. No reason to recreate, get your pages, your images, your graphics, fonts, text, layers, blends, runarounds, pretty much you name it. It’s really easy to use. You just select “Convert InDesign Document” in the Markzware menu item within QuarkXPress. Well, let’s go check it out.

Once you’re in QuarkXPress, up top in the menu item, you’ll see a Markzware menu item. There, you’ll see the Markzware products. Many of you might have, hopefully, or heard of, Markzware’s PDF2DTP, a great way to convert PDF files right into a fully editable QuarkXPress files. Really amazing. Well, we’re here today for ID2Q, equally amazing, because we’re taking a proprietary file format, InDesign, CC or lower, CS6 files included obviously, then, and we’re converting it right into an InDesign layout, with layers, font styles, everything, like it is read.

So, once again, to use, you just go Markzware > ID2Q > Convert InDesign Document. You just choose an InDesign document you need to convert. We have a bunch of files here we can use. We’re just going to choose this file here. And you simply click Open. You’ll get the conversion options again, which you can choose not to show again, if you like, and the conversion begins. Look at that! It’s done in mere seconds.

You will have noticed also a new conversion interface. This PDF2DTP file, which was started in InDesign, with all of my, with all kinds of customer quotes and whatnot, is now right on over into InDesign. And we’re talking about full stylization, colors, fonts, you name it, everything that was used is converted right on over into InDesign. It doesn’t matter if the file is relatively simple, like this might be considered, or highly complex. The conversion is equal and generally ready to use, right out of the conversion box, so to speak. Some touching up may be required with certain typographical elements, but as you see here, the conversion is really amazing.

So, here we have a file in InDesign CC. So, if we take this file and we save it out and then we go into QuarkXPress and we do ID2Q > Convert InDesign Document, and now see it natively handles InDesign CC files. This didn’t work in the last version. And the same process applies. Look at that! Conversion right on over into InDesign. Spreads, styles, typography, H&Js, you name it. It pretty much converts right on over.

Markzware’s ID2Q Bundle for the Macintosh for QuarkXPress 9 or 10 is just out. And now, it comes with, not only InDesign CS support and with CS support, meaning CS, CS4, CS5, CS6, it doesn’t matter, and also now with CC, or Adobe Creative Cloud support. So, all your InDesign CC files will also be able to be converted right into QuarkXPress 10 or 9, with Markzware’s ID2Q. As Doctor David Biebel, publisher for Healthy Life Press said, “ID2Q is the finest program of its type available for those who work in both QuarkXPress and InDesign platforms. Fast, precise, trustworthy, easy to use… qualities every designer values. And the price is helpful to any budget.”

For more information on Markzware’s ID2Q, cruise on over to today. There, under Products, you can choose ID2Q, where you can get more information, technically speaking, on this product, and most importantly, because it does what it says on the tin, it converts InDesign files right into QuarkXPress. You see all the testimonials out there to prove it. You can, here, simply click on the Buy Now button, and you, too, can become a proud owner of Markzware’s ID2Q for QuarkXPress 9 or QuarkXPress 10, all within in one bundle. Thank you. This has been David Dilling from Markzware on Markzware’s new ID2Q Bundle subscription for the Macintosh. Thank you. Have a great day. For more details on Markzware’s ID2Q, cruise on over to
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