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Quark releases QuarkXpress 7.02

updated 10:25 am EDT, Thu October 26, 2006

QuarkXpress 7.02 posted

Alongside the introduction of its new Flash creation tool, Quark today released QuarkXPress 7.02, an update to the Universal application for creating print and Web-ready layouts. The update offers license transfer functionality, enabling users to move an activated license of QuarkXPress 7.02 or QuarkXPress Passport 7.02 to a new computer. In addition, the latest revision of QuarkXPress includes supplemental language support for QuarkXPress 7 Passport customers that provides hyphenation support for additional languages; it also offers support for special characters in object and file names when the operating system is set to that language. Finally, the update resolves a number of display, printing, output, graphics, language, and other issues. The company notes that Mac OS customers must install QuarkXPress 7.01 before installing version 7.02.

QuarkXpress 7, released earlier this year, brings transparency, full integration with Adobe Photoshop files, Composition Zones, and Job Jackets to improve users' experience and production workflows.




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  1. ooshnoo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    this is not news...

    7.02 has been out for a few weeks....

  1. Ikon

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    quark …

    … I used to love it…

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