How to Convert InDesign CC 2014 to QuarkXPress via Quark XTension ID2Q

How to Convert InDesign CC 2014 to QuarkXPress via Quark XTension ID2Q

This tutorial article shows how to convert InDesign CC 2014 to QuarkXPress, using Markzware’s Quark XTension, ID2Q for macOS:

Are InDesign CC 2014 files entering your QuarkXPress workflow? Need to convert the file before you can modify it and meet a publishing deadline? An XTension for file conversion can bridge these two layout applications, for publishing via QuarkXPress 9.5, 10.5, 2015, or 2016.

Whether you’re part of a print, publishing, or graphic arts workflow, Markzware has a solution to offer you. ID2Q is file conversion software that can open InDesign (INDD) files within QuarkXPress (QXP) files.

You can import InDesign content into a QuarkXPress document. See how, in this video demonstration of InDesign to QuarkXPress document conversion with ID2Q:

How to Convert InDesign CC 2014 to QuarkXPress via Quark XTension ID2Q

Markzware’s ID2Q QuarkXPress XTension can help you to batch convert multiple InDesign files to a QuarkXPress document, transferring the design elements of the layout from an INDD file format to a QXP format.

How to Convert InDesign CC 2014 to QuarkXPress via Quark XTension ID2Q:
• Install ID2Q. Click the “Markzware” menu item in QuarkXPress, to see the ID2Q menu.
• Hover over “ID2Q” in the ID2Q menu and click “Convert InDesign® Document…”.
• Select the InDesign CC 2014 file (INDD document) you wish to convert and click “Open”.
• Click “OK” in the Conversion Options window.
• Edit and save the new QuarkXPress (QXP) document.

ID2Q is effective conversion software that offers reliable features and options for file conversion. Markzware’s helpful XTension lets you quickly put INDD document data into a QXP document for editing and distribution.

ID2Q offers many benefits:
• gives an accurate conversion of InDesign layout details created on macOS, transforming them into a QuarkXPress file.
• enables easy data transfer, while preserving intellectual property investment.
• saves time, by providing users a quick and simple way to move their Adobe InDesign (Creative Suite or Creative Cloud) content into a new QuarkXPress document.

Options to Convert InDesign CC 2014 to QuarkXPress via
Quark XTension, ID2Q by Markzware:

ID2Q XTension Options to Convert InDesign CC 2016 to QuarkXPressID2Q’s features include:
Mac Platform Support: Rebuilds an InDesign layout created on Apple Macintosh OS within a QuarkXPress file.
Batch Conversion: Converts multiple Adobe InDesign files to QuarkXPress files.
Multi-Format Compatibility: Moves basic document objects from Adobe InDesign CS through InDesign CC 2017 to QuarkXPress 9.5 through QuarkXPress 2016.

If you want to save your INDD files as QXP files, you can achieve this, with quality file conversion, using ID2Q. This can be a great resource for organizations that deal with lots of images, charts and other types of content for desktop publishing (DTP).

Convert InDesign CS-CC 2017 to these QuarkXPress versions supported by ID2Q:
• QuarkXPress 2016 Mac
• QuarkXPress 2015 Mac
• QuarkXPress 10.5 Mac
• QuarkXPress 9.5 Mac

Your QuarkXPress workflow can integrate InDesign CC 2014 documents, by using Markzware‘s affordable XTension. ID2Q offers features to convert or batch convert InDesign CC 2014 files to your choice of QuarkXPress version from 9.5 to 2016.

ID2Q can convert InDesign blends, colors, fonts, layers, and images. It can also convert tables, page positioning, linked text boxes, and more.
id2q-logoAnother great thing about Markzware’s conversion software is that it retains the original document’s basic formatting. Get an edge on productivity, with fast file conversion, using ID2Q!

To buy Markzware‘s InDesign to QuarkXPress XTension, please visit the ID2Q page. You can buy more data conversion software, via the Markzware Products page.

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