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QuarkXPress 2015 11.0.0.1

by Agen G. N. Schmitz

In late April, Quark released QuarkXPress 2015 11.0 [1] with a faster 64-bit architecture (enabling consumption of all available system RAM to improve performance) and PDF/X-4 output (which allows transparency while keeping files small). A major update for the professional graphic design and page layout software, the update improves automation capabilities, with automatic footnotes and endnotes, a faster table tool for Excel integration with table styles, and text variables for automatically populating recurring fields (such as running headers). QuarkXPress 2015 11.0 also enables you to create fixed-layout ebooks that can include interactive enrichments such as slide shows, page flips, animations, and more. Other additions include an Orthogonal Line Tool, the capability to relink any picture in the Usage dialog, user-definable Shortcut Keys, support for OS X 10.10 Yosemite, table styles, and a Format Painter. At the end of May, Quark issued version 11.0.0.1 [2] with unspecified stability improvements. A full license [3] costs $849 (with a free trial [4] available), and you can upgrade from any previous version for $349. ($849 new, $349 upgrade from previous versions, free update for version 11 licenses, 10.8.5+)

[1]: http://www.quark.com/Products/QuarkXPress/
[2]: http://www.quark.com/Support/Downloads/Details.aspx?fid=304
[3]: http://shop.quark.com/p-1-quarkxpress-2015-americas-edition.aspx
[4]: http://www.quark.com/Products/QuarkXPress/Test_Drive.aspx