Markzware Releases MarkzTools 7 for Macintosh

SANTA ANA, California — December 5, 2006 — Markzware, the leading developer of preflighting, data extraction and file conversion software, announces the release of MarkzTools 7 for the Macintosh that works with QuarkXPress 7.

MarkzTools is a “miracle” utility that serves as “document insurance” as well as salvaging corrupt QuarkXPress project files. MarkzTools is used as an active XTension that verifies the integrity of QuarkxPress documents before the original master file is over-written. This invaluable XTension prevents unwanted disasters from occurring, for instance a bad file that cannot be opened for editing.

MarkzTools provides additional functionality, allowing users to save QuarkXPress 7 projects directly to a Quark 4.1 document format! What’s more, it can convert all of the image previews in the document to “gray” drastically reducing the file size of projects.

For over 14-years, this Quark XTension has been extremely popular for thousands of QuarkXPress users.
MarkzTools 7 may be purchased through authorized Markzware resellers such as:

  • CDW
  • MacMall
  • MacConnection
  • SHI
  • Software Spectrum
  • Programmers Paradise

and through Markzware Direct Sales at (800) 300-3532, or via the Markzware Products page. The MSRP is $199.

About Markzware
Markzware is the leading developer of quality assurance, data conversion and workflow solutions for the international graphic arts, printing, publishing and digital multimedia industries. Markzware is a privately held company based in Santa Ana, California. Markzware B.V., located in Rijswijk, the Netherlands, is the company’s headquarters for activities in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
https://www.markzware.com

© 2006 Markzware. All rights reserved. Covered by U.S. Patent # 5,963,641
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Markzware Releases MarkzTools 7 for Macintosh

Title: Markzware Releases MarkzTools 7 for Macintosh
Published on: December 5, 2006
Mary Marchese

Public Relations at Markzware

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