Tag Archive | "exporting"

QuarkXPress 2015 Webinar Series almost ending – Color Management still to come

Tuesday, November 3, 2015


Free QuarkXPress 2015 Webinar Series coming to its end. Last session on December 1, 2015, about Color Management in QuarkXPress 2015.

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Badia Printools: MUCH Better Printing from QuarkXPress

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


Badia Software’s Printools is an XTension for any version of QuarkXPress (currently 4–10) that adds many new features when printing. This $99.99 XTension provides a live preview shows you in real time an exact representation of how the output will look as you change the print settings, including paper boundaries, single pages or spreads, crop marks, manual or […]

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Use “Native Transparency” When Exporting for Graphics

Thursday, December 20, 2012

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When exporting a page (or part of a page) from QuarkXPress for use in App Studio or any other digital publishing program, it’s best to export in PDF format with “Native Transparency” turned ON (the default is OFF). Then open that PDF in Photoshop or another image editor and save it in PNG format.

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How To Combine Book Chapters To Export One PDF or E-book

Monday, June 25, 2012


This question came up today: “I created a book in QuarkXPress, using separate documents for each chapter and connecting them with the Book feature. I created a Table of Contents for the whole book and built that TOC in the Master Chapter. How can I export a whole book as one PDF and have a TOC that […]

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