Markzware Releases Major Upgrade to Q2ID v4, Now for Macintosh and Windows
Press release from the issuing company
SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA - December 8, 2008 - Markzware, the leading developer of preflighting, data extraction and conversion software today released an upgrade to its highly-acclaimed conversion tool Q2ID (QuarkXPress To InDesign). Q2ID v4 is created as a quick, easy and affordable method for migrating QuarkXPress content into a new Adobe InDesign document.
Windows Version Now Available
This new version boasts full plug-in support for Adobe InDesign CS3 and CS4 and converts QuarkXPress versions 3.3 through 8. Q2ID v4 is developed with the needs of the graphic arts industry in mind. This conversion tool provides a comprehensive solution to simplify the creative process and optimize the graphic design workflow.
"Markzware continues to focus on addressing the needs of the graphic arts community. Q2ID plays a key role in their creative workflow, and we want to continue to serve the needs of our industry in creating a product such as Q2ID," said Mary Gay Marchese, director of public relations for Markzware.
Q2ID v4 enables the intricate details of content in a QuarkXPress document to be quickly re-created in InDesign. This conversion technology will save you countless hours of scanning, re-keying and formatting. Q2ID converts and transforms files created with QuarkXPress on either the Microsoft or Apple Macintosh OS, into an Adobe InDesign file, which can then be opened on either platform.
Pricing and Availability
Markzware's Q2ID 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/Q2ID.php. The MSRP is $199 and the upgrade is $99 for users of Q2ID v2 or v3 only. For more information, please visit http://www.markzware.com/q2id.
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