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QuarkXPress 2017 XTension to Convert InDesign to QuarkXPress: ID2Q

Markzware’s ID2Q QuarkXPress 2017 XTension can convert InDesign CS and CC files to QuarkXPress 2017:

Have an InDesign file, but plan to use QuarkXPress for publishing? You can use an accurate and efficient file conversion solution to import InDesign into QuarkXPress.

Markzware offers top-notch workflow solutions for the print, publishing and graphic arts sectors. Markzware’s ID2Q Bundle of Quark XTensions are file conversion tools by Markzware that can convert InDesign to QuarkXPress files.

If you’re shopping for data conversion software, ease of use is a top item on the wish list for most creative businesses. ID2Q is very simple to use. See how, in this demonstration video:

QuarkXPress 2017 XTension to Convert InDesign to QuarkXPress: ID2Q


A creative organization can save a lot of time and money, by using Markzware’s ID2Q to convert their Adobe InDesign Creative Suite or Creative Cloud files to QuarkXPress. ID2Q will even convert INDD documents to QuarkXPress 2017.

How to Convert InDesign to QuarkXPress via the ID2Q QuarkXPress 2017 XTension:
• 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 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.

Creative businesses need solutions which simplify processes and which support the workflow’s layout software. ID2Q offers a very easy way to open InDesign within QuarkXPress, so you don’t need to pay for additional INDD to QXP conversion software or to outsource the job.

ID2Q for QuarkXPress 2017 provides several helpful benefits:
• gives an accurate and effective conversion of the InDesign layout details.
saves money on costs required by manual and other file conversion methods.
• transforms InDesign files, created on Apple Macintosh OS, into a QuarkXPress file.
• allows workflow members to increase productivity, by speeding up the conversion process.
• offers a simple-to-use interface.
• is time saving, as it converts intricate details of an InDesign file, in an instant.

Menu in Markzware’s ID2Q QuarkXPress 2017 XTension to
Convert InDesign to QuarkXPress 2017:

Key Features in ID2Q
• can bulk convert Adobe InDesign CS or CC documents from INDD file format to the QXP file format.
• brings over fonts and other elements used in the original INDD document to the QXP document.
• gives graphic design workflows the ability to convert files created in Adobe InDesign CS-CC 2017.

Getting an accurate conversion result is a paramount concern. You want to ensure that your converter supports the file type that you want to use for printing or publishing. XTensions in the ID2Q bundle provide quality conversion results and are compatible with a range of QuarkXPress versions.

File Types Supported by the ID2Q for QuarkXPress 2017 Bundle for Mac include:
• InDesign CS through InDesign CC 2017
• QuarkXPress 10.5 through QuarkXPress 2017

Customers may demand that your workflow perform consistent file conversion of Adobe InDesign CS or CC documents. ID2Q’s features make it possible to get quality conversion of your incoming InDesign files.

Sample of an InDesign File Converted to QuarkXPress, Using ID2Q:
ID2Q can convert InDesign layout details to QuarkXPress, including:

• blends
• colors
• images
• layers
• linked text boxes
• page positioning
• runarounds
• tables
• text attributes
There are lots of conversion solutions on the market. However, if you want quality InDesign to QuarkXPress document conversion, you’ll want to check out ID2Q.

For more information on Markzware’s InDesign to QuarkXPress XTension, please visit the ID2Q page. You can see more document conversion solutions, on the Markzware Products page.

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QuarkXPress 2017 XTension to Convert InDesign to QuarkXPress: ID2Q