DENVER — March 20, 2007 — Montreal, Canada. Quark announced today that it will release a new edition of QuarkXPress 7, the award-winning software for multi-channel page-layout and design, for Canadian customers. QuarkXPress 7 Canadian Edition will include English and French manuals, spell check and hyphenation functionality and will start shipping to distribution partners in Q2 2007.
“Quark is responding to the requirements of Canadian customers, as well as the French language requirements of the Quebec government, by providing software that fully supports both French and English-speaking users,” said Richard Pasewark, Quark’s senior vice president of Sales (Americas). “Canadian users now have an attractive option to purchase or upgrade to QuarkXPress 7 and benefit from its workflow and collaboration features for the same price as the English version of QuarkXPress. We are pleased to make QuarkXPress 7 easily accessible to French and English-speaking customers.”
QuarkXPress 7 Canadian Edition provides user interfaces in both French and English. Users can switch freely between these languages and use fully localized menus and windows in QuarkXPress. In addition, it supports spell-checking and full text authoring, following specific hyphenation and justification rules for French, U.S. English, and International English.
Customers who purchase the U.S. English version of QuarkXPress 7 between January 1, 2007 and September 30, 2007 can exchange their license to QuarkXPress 7 Canadian Edition at no charge when it becomes available. QuarkXPress 7 Canadian Edition will be available in Q2 2007. Pricing for QuarkXPress 7 Canadian Edition will be $749 USD for a full license or $249 USD when upgrading from a previous version of QuarkXPress.
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