Markzware offers data conversion software to convert QuarkXPress to InDesign CC (Creative Cloud) for graphic arts. This video demonstration of a data conversion shows how to import QuarkXPress, using fast InDesign CC plugin, Q2ID:
Moving QuarkXPress content into an InDesign file is simple and quick with data conversion software from Markzware. The Q2ID Bundle Subscription for creative professionals includes InDesign plugins for InDesign CC (Creative Cloud), as well as for CS6, CS5.5, and CS5 (Adobe Creative Suite), for Macintosh and Windows platforms. Watch this video demonstration to see how easy it is to use these amazing InDesign plugins to convert QuarkXPress to InDesign:
How to Use Data Conversion Software to Convert QuarkXPress to InDesign
Video demonstration of Markzware Q2ID, the Adobe CC plugin that can
open QuarkXPress (QXP) content within an Adobe InDesign (INDD) document
How to convert QuarkXPress to InDesign, using Data Conversion Software:
1. Click “Markzware” in the InDesign Menu Bar and select “Convert QuarkXPress® Document…”
from the Markzware 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.)
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.
Use data conversion software to import QuarkXPress, including these QXP items:
- anchored boxes
- color models
- fonts and styles
- linked text boxes
- page positioning
- pantone colors
- text attributes
Guidelines and Adobe CC Plugin, Q2ID
Data conversion software, Q2ID, can convert Quark to InDesign, with guidelines, images, colors, etc.
Data Conversion Software to Convert QuarkXPress
The Q2ID Bundle Subscription includes plugins for InDesign CC (Creative Cloud), as well as for CS6, CS5.5, and CS5 (Adobe Creative Suite), for Macintosh and Windows platforms. The subscription includes access to all of these plugins, plus free updates throughout the subscription term.
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