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QuarkXPress 7 to Run Natively on Intel and Power PC-based Macs

Monday, January 16, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

SAN FRANCISCO (Macworld) - January 10, 2006 - Quark Inc. today announced that QuarkXPress 7, the next version of its desktop publishing software, will be the first major publishing application to run natively on both Power PC and Intel-based Macs. A beta Universal Binary version that supports both processor architectures will be available by the end of January and the production version will ship later this year. “The availability of this software shows that we’re serious about delivering on our commitment to become a more open and customer focused company,” said Jürgen Kurz, senior vice president of desktop products. “With Universal Binary support in QuarkXPress 7, cutting edge creative teams will be able to work together on the most up to date Apple hardware to make the creative process faster and even simpler.” “We’re thrilled that Quark is one of the first major Mac developers to deliver a beta Universal Binary version of its software,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. “The powerful combination of Mac OS X ‘Tiger’, Apple hardware and QuarkXPress 7 will provide creative professionals with an intuitive and collaborative publishing solution for world class design.” Quark also announced that beta versions of QuarkXPress 7 for Power PC-based Macs and Windows are now available for public beta testing. Starting today, customers can download a pre-release testing version of the Mac or Windows version of the software at no charge from www.quark.com/7beta. Quark is also offering hands-on user training for QuarkXPress 7 at Macworld Expo. To register for a training session, visit www.quark.com/macworld.




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