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Quark Web-to-Print System 9.1 Now Available

New Update Supports the Advanced Design Automation Features of QuarkXPress 9.1 as well as French and German Languages

Denver - 10/25/2011 -

Quark announced today the availability of Quark Web-to-Print SystemTM 9.1, the Web-to-print solution that allows advertisers, marketers, and print service providers to create brand-compliant marketing material from design templates that are accessed through a web browser. With the 9.1 update, Quark Web-to-Print System is now available for French and German language regions. It also now offers users the time-saving design automation features introduced with QuarkXPress® 9.1.

With QuarkXPress, Quark Web-to-Print System allows designers to create sophisticated marketing material that can be shared with sales and field staff. The dispersed staff is able to customize the material based on their location, specific offers, contact information, and other fields as determined by the designer. The template designer is able to restrict fields and limit font and color choices to give flexibility to marketing and sales staff, but also to protect the company’s brand.

More Design Functionality with 9.1
With Quark Web-to-Print System 9.1, designers can now take advantage of new features in QuarkXPress that help automate the creation of often-used design elements, therefore eliminating many manual and time-consuming tasks. The new features include:

  • Bullets, Numbers, and Outlines: Designers can create dynamic ordered and un-ordered lists.
  • Tables Spanning across Multiple Pages: Tables can now be designed to automatically divide over multiple pages while repeating header and footer rows if necessary.
  • Callouts: Boxes and groups, such as images and sidebars, will move automatically with a designated portion of text to keep relevant content together even while new content is being added.
  • Conditional Styles: Allows designers to apply multiple style attributes to text, which saves time and rework, especially in cases where design elements are used consistently throughout a project.

Optional Modules
Quark Web-to-Print System helps agencies, marketing departments, and print service providers increase revenue by meeting deadlines, reducing the time it takes to create material, and improving the timeliness and relevancy of marketing material. For even more functionality, Quark offers Web Storefront and Variable Data Printing (VDP) models that help users access, personalize, and create campaigns with Quark Web-to-Print System 9.1.

For a complete overview of Quark Web-to-Print System, please visit: http://www.quark.com/Products/Quark_Web-to-Print_System/.

To read more about Quark’s work with Oberon, a Quark Web-to-Print System partner, please visit: http://www.quark.com/About_Quark/Press/PressDetail.aspx?ncid=1520
 
About Quark
Quark Software Inc. (http://www.quark.com) is a leading provider of publishing software for professional designers, small and mid-sized businesses, and large organisations in more than 160 countries. Two decades ago, Quark’s flagship product — QuarkXPress — changed the course of traditional publishing. For more than 25 years, Quark has built on its knowledge and experience in design and publishing to provide software solutions that support collaborative workflows and automated publishing across multiple channels. Today, Quark is revolutionising publishing again by setting new standards in XML-based publishing across print, the Web, and digital media, as well as by helping owners and employees of small and mid-sized businesses promote their products and services easily, professionally, and affordably. Denver-based Quark Inc. is privately held.

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