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QuarkXPress 9.3 adds direct Kindle format export

1 June 2012 1,643 views 3 Comments

quarkxpress 9.3 now supports direct export of kindle formats ebooks, as well as epub tomes.

The once dominate desktop publishing app is swimming with the tide with this release, adding both ePub and Kindle format ebook export — no plugins or conversion tools required. What else is new? Step inside for a fuller exposition.

Quark Software has released QuarkXPress 9.3 (read me, .pdf) with advanced ebook publishing functionality that allows a layout monkey to directly output epub and Kindle formats, which puts their work on the iPad, Nook, Sony Reader and, of course, Amazon Kindle.

Other new features in QuarkXPress 9.3 include support for inline tables of contents in ePub files as well as enhanced page-numbering functionality.

From the “for what it’s worth” department comes the news that Quark is offering the Gluon ProPack 9 (14 XTensions) free when purchasing QuarkXPress 9, full version or upgrade, through June 30.

This update is free for registered users and can be downloaded here.

via Macworld UK

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