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QuarkXPress

QuarkXPress, developed by Quark, Inc., is one of the most popular software programs for desktop publishing. You can create almost any type of document for print publishing such as business cards, brochures, newspapers, internal company forms, and many others. Create a simple black and white document or full color pages with multiple graphics and stylized text. You can output your document directly to a printer or you can create a PostScript file which can then be converted to a format which will enable your document to be output through offset printing. Regardless of the method of output, QuarkXPress will give you control over your design and speed up the process of producing your printed materials.

System Requirements

Macintosh

Minimum Requirements

Recommended

68030-based or PowerPC-based Mac OS compatible computer.

PowerPC

Macintosh OS system software version 7.1.

Mac OS 8.1 or later

8 MB of RAM

16 MB of RAM

CD-ROM drive.

 

Color monitor with 256 colors (8-bit color).

24-bit color.

Helvetica and Times TrueType fonts installed.

 

 

Windows

Minimum Requirements

Recommended

486 or faster processor

Pentium processor

Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows NT 3.51

Microsoft Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.0

12 MB free disk space

 

12 MB total RAM

16 MB total RAM

CD-ROM drive.

 

Color monitor with 256 colors (8-bit color).

24-bit color.

 


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