Graphic arts, prepress, and creative professionals can edit InDesign legacy files (Adobe Creative Suite). Now, users can edit these files within QuarkXPress graphic software layout applications. Reformatting graphic design documents can be problematic. Document conversion tools, like this Markzware QuarkXPress XTension, can quicken the DTP process:
Markzware publishes document conversion tools. These tools help creative professionals and users of graphic design page layout applications. Markzware also develops a QuarkXPress XTension called ID2Q.
Markzware ID2Q installs into the XTensions folder in QuarkXPress. This easy-to-use QuarkXPress XTension usually provides return on investment within the first use. ID2Q enables InDesign to QuarkXPress data conversion. So, users can choose the program in which they prefer to design, saving precious desktop publishing hours.
How to Import InDesign Files into QuarkXPress with
QuarkXPress XTension, Markzware ID2Q
InDesign files are re-created within QuarkXPress. This includes INDD
page positioning, fonts, images, text attributes, tables, layers, blends, runarounds, etc.
ID2Q can import InDesign CS6 fonts and other elements into a new QuarkXPress graphic design document. Data conversion with Markzware ID2Q can save hours for print shops and graphic design businesses. It is especially helpful for those that handle a large volume of DTP documents. Now, users can convert files created within InDesign to QuarkXPress. Just move content from an InDesign file in INDD to QXP, using file conversion.
Access content inside InDesign files or INDD legacy files. Use ID2Q to import InDesign files into QuarkXPress. Markzware ID2Q is a swift, efficient way to import InDesign into QuarkXPress QXP or QXD. Markzware ID2Q is available online at the ID2Q page. Document conversion tools are available for creative professionals, publishers, and layout applications users. You can buy them via the Markzware Products page.
Import InDesign files from Adobe Creative Suite to QXP with fonts, text, colors, and more. Use QuarkXPress XTension, ID2Q!