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Quark offers QuarkXPress 7 30-day demo

updated 11:45 am EDT, Wed August 9, 2006

QuarkXPress 7 30-day demo

Quark today announced a free 30-day evaluation of QuarkXPress 7 for Mac and Windows users. The demo enables designers and publishers to explore the features of QuarkXPress 7 as fully functioning software, which runs natively on Intel-based Macs as a Universal Binary. QuarkXPress 7 is the latest version of the design and publishing software designed to transform creative communications by enabling customers to achieve design, production, and collaboration goals. The upgrade combines more design features with job-driven production capabilities in a collaborative environment in an effort to deliver faster creative development and print production. QuarkXPress 7 is available for $750, with upgrades priced at $250 for existing license holders.




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  1. suhail

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    SUCKS!!

    Quark sucks in every way. From purchasing, to activation, to incomplete, must register first, download and install, bug-ridden "features"

  1. tindrum

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    I use Quark XPress

    but have yet to upgrade to version 7. It has some nice new features. I'd like to get a library of OpenType fonts to use with it, but not sure the boss will spring for all that.

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