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Quark offers buy QuarkXPress 8, get QuarkXPress 9 promotion

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Denver, CO – Today Quark announced QuarkXPress 9, the next major release of the graphic design and page layout software that helps creative and corporate professionals create design-rich layouts for print, the Web, and interactive Flash (SWF) media. QuarkXPress 9 gives designers the power to design for and publish to digital devices, including the iPad, in a variety of formats while also offering even more control over the execution of their creative visions.

QuarkXPress 9 will be available for purchase directly from Quark and through Quark authorized resellers in April 2011. In the interim, between February 23, 2011 and April 30, 2011, customers who purchase or upgrade to QuarkXPress 8 will be eligible to upgrade to QuarkXPress 9 for free.* Quark is also extending this offer to anyone who purchased or upgraded to QuarkXPress 8 since January 1, 2011.

The offer applies to all new, full-price purchases of QuarkXPress 8 and to upgrades to QuarkXPress 8 including commercial, education, and not-for-profit licenses. To redeem the offer customers will need valid serial numbers and validation codes and will need to complete the online redemption form. For details, terms and conditions, and to access the redemption form, please visit http://www.quark.com/buy8get9/.

*All customers will receive their free upgrade to QuarkXPress 9 as an electronic download. Customers will have the option to purchase a retail box of QuarkXPress 9 from Quark authorized resellers but will be responsible for a shipping and handling fee of $19 US plus tax (€ 19/£19 including tax).

 

Discussion

By Chuck Gehman on Feb 24, 2011

I am just curious, does it also come with a time machine so you can go back to 10 years ago when QuarkXpress was actually used by designers?

 

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