QuarkXPress

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QuarkXPress

A popular desktop publishing program for Mac and Windows from Quark, Inc., Denver, CO (www.quark.com). Originally developed in 1987 for the Mac, it is noted for its precise typographic control and advanced text and graphics manipulation.
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An Adobe certified expert introduces Adobe InDesign CS3 as the successor to QuarkExpress as the dominant electronic publishing software and walks readers through it as though he were teaching in a classroom or corporate consulting environment, but in a self-paced tutorial.
Quark revolutionized the publishing industry when it released its well-known QuarkExpress page-layout software in 1987.
It is also a technical reference to the F7 key on desktop publishing package QuarkExpress, which brings up layout guides.