The QuarkXPress 4 Book for Macintosh and Windows

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Peachpit Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Computers - 909 pages
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For anyone serious about QuarkXPress, Othe Blatner bookO is the book to have. It's the highest rated, most comprehensive, and best-selling QuarkXPress book ever published, with over 150,000 sold. Now totally updated and rewritten to cover the long-awaited QuarkXPress version 4, it includes new chapters on new QuarkXPress 4 features, such as Bezier drawing tools, long-document features, and Quark's new built-in Color Management System. ThereOs also a new "QuarkXPress in 30 Minutes" intro chapter that helps newcomers to XPress get up and running quickly. And thereOs a new chapter about going online with QuarkXPress that guides readers through how to take their XPress files and get them into multimedia and Web formats, including HTML, Acrobat, and QuarkImmedia.

Beginners learn all the basics, from the tools of the trade and document construction to working with text, typography, and graphics. Intermediate to advanced users will find this to be an invaluable resource to the new features of QuarkXPress and will use the book as a trusted reference. The QuarkXPress 4 Book is fully cross-platform, covering both Mac and Windows.

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Contents

Introduction
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Learn QuarkXPress in 30 Minutes
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Learn QuarkXPress in 30 Minutes
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Copyright

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Rabbi Ted Falcon, Ph.D., writes and lectures about Jewish spirituality and is the founder of a synagogue for Jewish meditation in Los Angeles. David Blatner is an award-winning, bestselling author of eight books.

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