First Glimpse of QuarkXPress 6: Will Run on OS X, Windows 2000, and XP
Press release from the issuing company
DENVER - February 18, 2003 - Quark Inc. today offered a first look at a few of the features of QuarkXPress 6, the forthcoming release of the world’s most widely used design and layout software. Millions of businesses rely on QuarkXPress software to dramatically boost productivity, save time, and lower costs. Quark will reveal more of the powerful new features of the QuarkXPress 6 software over the coming weeks on its corporate Web site, www.quark.com.
More convenient user experience
QuarkXPress 6 is designed to run in the native Mac OS X and Windows XP environments and conforms to the new user interfaces of both operating systems. QuarkXPress 6 will run on Mac OS X, Windows 2000, and Windows XP.
Quark has also reorganized some menus for easier use, and included more useful commands in the context menus to facilitate rapid work, all without compromising the product’s familiar and easy-to-use interface.
QuarkXPress 6 lets users work faster and more confidently thanks to its enhanced undo feature, which supports multiple undo/redo capability and an expanded list of undoable actions.
QuarkXPress 6 also provides full-resolution preview of on-screen images, so designers can now scale or magnify images with minimal pixelation and position page elements more precisely.
Pricing and availability
Quark has not yet announced pricing or an anticipated ship date for QuarkXPress 6.
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