QuarkXPress 7 Passport ReviewMakaveli - January 30, 2008
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When consumers are looking online for a product or service, they usually are drawn to the more visually appealing page layouts. But it must be ridiculously hard to create those astonishing page layouts, right? Without sophisticated programs, you might be hard pressed to make your page layouts the way you want them – until now. Quark has just released its all new page layout software called QuarkXPress 7 and we’ll be taking an in-depth look into the “Passport” version. The QuarkXPress 7 Passport version is different from the original QuarkXPress 7 because it offers multi-lingual and international publishing of your work, making it easy for anyone wishing to reach a foreign audience.
If you purchase any QuarkXPress 7 version, included will be the Quark XPert Tools Pro and Quark Interactive Designer. We will integrate all of the included upgrade products into this review so that you can get an idea for what the whole package is capable of.
The QuarkXPress 7 Passport came packaged in a DVD case which has some unique art on the front cover. On the back side, you’ll just find the logo and some disclaimers. The bottom of the DVD case was a little bit busted up from shipping but the disc was fine, so it wasn’t a big deal.
Inside the case, you’ll find the installation disc as well as a big orange card which has your serial number and validation code printed on it. Be sure to read all the information on the card before proceeding.
Now let’s get a closer look at the other two products included with QuarkXPress 7 Passport!