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QuarkXPress 6.5 Available Now

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

DENVER--Nov. 1, 2004-- Quark Inc. today announced the release of QuarkXPress 6.5, the newest version of the industry's leading publishing software. Version 6.5 represents a shift in thinking at Quark by offering expanded power, versatility and the creative possibilities of QuarkXPress software, at no cost to current QuarkXPress 6 customers. Offering new features as well as increased stability and reliability, QuarkXPress 6.5 was developed in direct response to user requests. Functionality has been added for image manipulation, variable data printing and native Photoshop file importing as well as other enhancements. For more information on new features and enhancements, go to http://www.quark.com/about/presscenter/prview.jsp?idx=477. Powerhouse Promotion With the launch of QuarkXPress 6.5, Quark and Apple Computer are offering a $300 mail-in rebate on the purchase of QuarkXPress with a Power Mac G5 or PowerBook G4. Customers can enjoy the speed and power of QuarkXPress on a new Apple computer. Visit www.apple.com/promo/quark to learn about this limited time offer. Availability and Pricing The QuarkXPress 6.5 update is available now for download at http://www.quark.com/products/xpress/65update.html. It is available at no charge to registered users of QuarkXPress 6. Customers can request that an upgrade CD-ROM be mailed to them by contacting customer service at http://www.quark.com/service/desktop/cust_service/contact.html. The PSD Import XTensions module and the updated version of QuarkXClusive will be available for download at no charge shortly after the release of QuarkXPress 6.5.

 

 

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