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Open publisher files in InDesign with Markzware PageZephyr Search, digital publishing software for desktop publishing and digital content search. Creative professionals and publishers can extract text from INDD file formats for desktop publishing: Open publisher files in Adobe InDesign for content search and desktop publishing (DTP) in print and publishing workflows. Markzware shows you how in this video, using PageZephyr Search, a digital content search application for InDesign (INDD).
How to open publisher files in InDesign for desktop publishing
PageZephyr Search can access and open publisher files created in InDesign, right on your desktop
Find valuable content by doing a content search, using Markzware’s digital content search application. PageZephyr Search allows users to Copy and Paste to extract text. This is very handy in the digital workflow for the creation of digital content. Steps to open publisher files in INDD with PageZephyr Search:
- During setup, select the location(s) of InDesign files for PageZephyr Search to find. (PageZephyr Search can access these proprietary files.)
- To do your first search, type in the word for which you are searching and hit Return.
- The file list on the left will show only the documents that contain your chosen word.
- Click on any of the INDD files on the left.
- Matches for your chosen word are highlighted in the displayed files.
You can purchase this digital publishing software via the PageZephyr Search page. See more desktop publishing software for publishers on the Markzware Products page. Open publisher files created in proprietary file formats! PageZephyr Search enables users to access native files within INDD, to locate information and extract text for DTP. How has this digital content search application helped your DTP workflow to open publisher to create content, or to do a content search in INDD files? Please comment below to let us know. Also, feel free to subscribe to the Markzware Mailing List, and interact with Markzware on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.