QuarkXPress Reviews

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This software works great. I switched to it from InDesign CC which kept crashing. Initially, I was put off by the "old school" interface, but once I really started working on projects with it, I noticed how well thought out all the details are. It looks like in version 2017, they have really listened to customers: whatever I wanted to do, there was a specific feature for it that made it intuitive and easy.

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Just tried the new 2018 Version, and it improves in areas I could not even have hoped for: it can now import all my InDesign CC files, and you can feel the attention to detail throughout : for example, in version 2017 I felt that the grid lines were slightly too thick on a retina display, not sufficient of an issue to report, but I am happy that they have made them thinner in version 2018. So, not only headline features have been worked on, but also the small details. Lovely.

Aggressive upgrading puts this two generations ahead of the competition, and it's subscription-free

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New versions in 2016 (added native conversion of PDFs from any application including MS Office, and HTML5 smart app output) and 2017 (native output of iOS apps, image editing, transparencies) put QX substantially ahead of its nearest (but highly popular) rival. It's also subscription-free.

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