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Conversion Software to Open QuarkXPress in Adobe InDesign CS5: Q2ID

Q2ID for InDesign CS5, conversion software by Markzware, can open QuarkXPress in Adobe InDesign CS5:

Creative professionals often rely on Adobe InDesign CS5 to create attractive content. These professionals can also rely on Markzware‘s InDesign CS5 plugins to convert that content. Q2ID for InDesign CS5 can open QuarkXPress in Adobe InDesign CS5.

You can convert Quark to InDesign Creative Suite 5 via the Q2ID for InDesign CS5 plugin. Open QuarkXPress (QXP) within a new Adobe InDesign CS5 (INDD) document, as shown in this video:

Conversion Software to
Open QuarkXPress in Adobe InDesign CS5: Q2ID

Q2ID for InDesign CS5 opens QuarkXPress fonts, images, colors, etc., in InDesign CS5.

How to Open QuarkXPress in Adobe InDesign CS5, with Markzware’s Q2ID:

  1. Click “Markzware” in the InDesign Menu Bar and select “Convert QuarkXPress® Document…” from the Q2ID fly-out menu.
  2. Select the QuarkXPress file to convert and click Open. (You will see a conversion progress bar. The QuarkXPress file will appear rebuilt in InDesign CS5.)
  3. Save, close and reopen the new InDesign file.
  4. Remap any missing fonts or images via the InDesign dialog.
  5. Re-save the new InDesign document.


Q2ID for InDesign CS5 can
open QuarkXPress in InDesign CS5.

The Q2ID Bundle Subscription lets you access all current Q2ID plugin versions. It includes Q2ID for InDesign CC 2014, CC, CS6, CS5.5, as well as CS5, Mac and Win. Buy one affordable license and use any of these plugins throughout the term. The subscription also includes all updates, free of charge, throughout the subscription term.

For more information, see the Q2ID page. To see more document conversion tools, please visit the Markzware Products page.

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Conversion Software to Open QuarkXPress in Adobe InDesign CS5: Q2ID