FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 22, 2019
— Markzware®, leading innovator of desktop publishing and data conversion tools, announces the addition for the popular InDesign CC 2019 Mac/Win 1 Year Bundle Subscription. Q2ID® (Quark to InDesign) now supports Adobe InDesign CS6 through InDesign CC 2019 Mac/Win.
Q2ID helps graphic designers across industries such as packaging, publishing, web design solutions who have a need to convert QuarkXPress documents to Adobe InDesign, either as a permanent migration or for short-term edition purposes, and do not want to rebuild QuarkXPress documents from scratch in InDesign.
Katherine Lenard, FasterKitty.com, said, "I'm on my second year of using Q2ID, and it's been a lifesaver. The first publication I converted more than paid the year's fee. Thank you for inventing something that actually works and is easy to use."
System Requirements, Pricing and Availability
On Mac, InDesign CC 2019 requires a minimum of macOS 10.12. On Windows, InDesign CC 2018 requires a minimum of Windows 10. The annual Subscription MSRP is $199 USD/per year. Q2ID is sold online directly through the Markzware website or through authorized product resellers.
For this 2019 release, we will be adding new versions of InDesign plugins to the existing Q2ID Annual Subscription. For current active subscribers, this is a free update. For new purchases of the Q2ID Annual Subscription Bundle, the Q2ID Plug-ins for InDesign CC 2019 will automatically be included. Note: The CS5 and CS5.5 Mac/Win versions of Q2ID will be available for download as unsupported, discontinued, as-is products.
Find more and get the latest version at https://markzware.com/products/q2id/
Markzware, a privately-held company based in Santa Ana, California, is the leading software publisher providing solutions for printing quality control and desktop publishing conversion tools. Markzware supports major graphic software layout applications used by creative professionals, printers and publishers in the international graphic arts, printing and digital multimedia industries.