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Markzware releases ID2Q v4

Monday, January 26, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

SANTA ANA, California -- Markzware, the leading developer of preflighting, data extraction and conversion software, today released an upgrade to its highly recommended InDesign-to-QuarkXPress conversion tool. ID2Q v4 (http://www.markzware.com/id2q/) is created to provide a quick, easy, and affordable method for migrating Adobe InDesign content into a new QuarkXPress document. This new version will convert Adobe InDesign documents up to Adobe CS 4 to QuarkXPress 7 or 8.
 
ID2Q reduces the barriers of entry to move data between formats. Intricate details of the content within an InDesign document are instantly re-created in QuarkXPress. The ID2Q document conversion technology saves countless hours of scanning, re-keying and formatting. This product converts and transforms files created with InDesign on either the Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh OS, into a new QuarkXPress file. This new file can then be opened on either platform which achieves a goal of allowing interoperability between the formats.

Markzware Quote
 
"We know our software plays a key role in the graphic arts community and ID2Q provides the users with the resources to convert their content with confidence," said Mary Gay Marchese, director of public relations for Markzware.
 
Pricing and Availability
 
Markzware's ID2Q v4 is available from Software House International (SHI), Software Spectrum, Programmers Paradise, MacConnection, CDW and through Markzware Direct Sales at (800) 300-3532, or at Markzware's online store, http://www.markzware.com/store_usa/ID2Q.php. The MSRP is $199 and the upgrade is $99 for ID2Q v2 or v3 only. For more information, please visit http://www.markzware.com/id2q/. 

 

 

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