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New QuarkXPress 2016 Training Book Released

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DENVER, CO – Quark announced today the availability of a new book, “Desk Top Publishing with QuarkXPress 2016” by Martin Turner, a new training resource available now through Amazon.  

The author, Martin Turner, is a brand consultant at Brand Motor Ltd and a Founding Chartered Public Relations Practitioner. He is a long-time QuarkXPress user, having started with the software in 1996 after migrating to the Apple Macintosh. In his new 356-page paperback book, Turner offers valuable insight on desktop publishing and QuarkXPress for both new and seasoned users.

Working from the basics, “Desk Top Publishing with QuarkXPress 2016” covers mastering desktop publishing, digital publishing, deep features such as job jackets and automation, and lists and explains every panel, palette, menu and function of QuarkXPress 2016. The marginal notes are full of hard-to-find information, pro-tips and trade secrets.

Of his new book Turner writes, “Over the years, I’ve seen dozens of designers, some straight from college, some hardened veterans, whose work came to a halt because they lacked some crucial piece of knowledge. In this book, I have tried to include the answers to all of their questions, and to uncover the richer possibilities that QuarkXPress 2016 offers. Its new features—especially native import and HTML5 publishing – allow us to be more productive, more creative and more satisfied in our work. Whether in print or online, more than ever before, QuarkXPress 2016 gives us the power to delight the eye and intrigue the mind.”

Early readers have positive remarks about the value of Turner’s new book, including these Amazon reviews:

“This book is a fantastic tool to help navigate the newest (and greatest) version of QuarkXPress. Explanations are simple to understand, even for the novice.”

“Great book with interesting content and high value information, even for the pro who have used QuarkXPress of decades.”


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