LOADING

Quark to InDesign with Markzware Q2ID for transparency

Q2ID worth every penny per Bob Levine, expert InDesign Guy

The Adobe InDesign support forum had a great question, which generally has an easy answer. Use InDesign pluginMarkzware Q2ID, data conversion software to convert Quark to InDesign. Read the user’s “quarkxpress 8 to indesign 4” question here:

“I just purchased InDesign to match the software used by my publisher. All my files are presently in QuarkXPress 8. Despite the information in Adobe’s Conversion Guide, I cannot open ANY of my Quark files into InDesign. Even the simplest file with only a few lines of text are grayed out.

What’s going on? How do I open those files?”
Source: Adobe Forums —  posted by ngatu

Naturally, the answer came shortly thereafter. Use Q2ID the plug-in for Adobe, Markzware’s award-winning, QuarkXPress to Adobe InDesign file conversion plug-in for Adobe InDesign CC! Love the, “Q2ID is the only such product. And I might add that it’s worth every penny” from Bob Levine! See:

Q2ID worth every penny per Bob Levine, expert InDesign GuyBob Levine mentions Markzware Q2ID (convert Quark to InDesign)

When down-saving from a Quark 8 project, to save a QuarkXPress v4.11 doc, some features may be lost, such as transparency. Thus, I would still recommend the straightest route of Markzware Q2ID for data conversion.

You can buy this Adobe CC plugin via the Markzware Q2ID page. See more conversion tools on the Markzware Products page.

Quark to InDesign with Markzware Q2ID for transparency

Share with your friends...Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditPin on Pinterest

Related Articles