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How to Import QuarkXPress into InDesign CC (Q2ID Demo Video)

Watch the Q2ID demo video to learn how to import QuarkXPress into InDesign CC for graphic arts, using InDesign plugin, Markzware Q2ID. Creative professionals can use this conversion software to convert QuarkXPress into InDesign files for Adobe Creative Cloud INDD workflows:

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. The following Q2ID demo video shows how Markzware conversion software can convert QuarkXPress to Adobe InDesign CC:

How to Import QuarkXPress into InDesign CC

Q2ID demo video

As the Q2ID demo video demonstrates, Markzware Q2ID can convert QuarkXPress to InDesign CC for graphic design, including such QXP document items as:

How to import QuarkXPress into InDesign CC, using Q2ID for data conversion:
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 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.

Import QuarkXPress to InDesign, including Object Frames, Using Q2ID

Markzware’s Adobe CC plugin, can import QuarkXPress frames and files into InDesign CC

Need an InDesign plugin? You can purchase the Q2ID Bundle Subscription via the Q2ID page. See more document conversion tools on the Markzware Products page. To see more videos like the Q2ID demo video, visit MarkzwareTV.

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Watch the Q2ID demo video (above) on data conversion that can import QuarkXPress into InDesign CC