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Quark releases QuarkXPress 7.02

updated 04:20 pm EDT, Mon October 9, 2006

QuarkXPress 7.02 released

Quark today announced QuarkXPress 7.02, the latest update to its flagship (Universal) desktop publishing application. The release provides new, up-to-date functionality, including license-transfer features and typographic support for new languages as well as resolution of the most important issues reported by customers since the product shipped, according to the company. The new License Transfer functionality allows customers to deactivate and activate the software without relying on external resources; in addition, the new license agreement allows customers to run previous versions of QuarkXPress in parallel to QuarkXPress 7 on the same machine.

The QuarkXPress 7.02 update also introduces hyphenation and spell-check capabilities for various languages (Polish, Greek, Croatian, Finnish, Portuguese European, Portuguese Brazilian, Russian, Turkish, Catalan, and Slovak) and hyphenation support for Hungarian. Quark said it will publish a full list of issues resolved in the latest (free) update, which is available in US English, UK English, French, and German-localized versions. The update can also be requested on CD by visiting 702@quark.com (US/Americas) and 702eu@quark.com (Europe). [Quark has not posted the update yet, but expects to by the end of the day]




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