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First Look: QuarkXPress 9

The new QuarkXPress 9 builds on the strengths of previous versions, and adds some truly innovative new capabilities, such as ShapeMaker and welcome sophistication in tools such as conditional styles, callouts, Linkster, and Cloner, and smart enhancements to style overrides. Galen Gruman walks us through the new features of the main application in this first look.

Quark launches QuarkXPress 9 test drive

Quark is releasing a fully featured preview of its new desktop publishing package for a free tryout.

How to resize small images for print

Enlarging small images for printing takes some effort, but it can be done well. Lesa Snider shows us three methods of accomplishing the task.

Discussing QuarkXPress 9

Quark's P.G. Bartlett and Gavin Drake join Macworld Senior Editor Jackie Dove to discuss the recently announced QuarkXPress 9.

Quark launches QuarkXPress 9

QuarkXPress 9 arrives on the scene with new desktop, device publishing, and e-book features aimed at giving designers the tools to design for and publish to a variety of digital devices.

TypeDNA 2.0

Affordable, creativity-enhancing font utility works alongside other font managers or by itself.

Quark plans major announcement on February 23

Quark has announced that it will host a special, worldwide online event on February 23 in order to make "a significant, product-related announcement."

iWeb update fixes FTP publishing issue, more

While Appleā€™s announcement of subscriptions coming to the iOS App Store was certainly the major news from Cupertino on Tuesday, Apple also released a small update to its iWeb Web-publishing software.

Suitcase Fusion 3

Extensis introduced two new features unique to its Fusion 3 font manager: QuickMatch and WebINK integration. Both help designers choose and access fonts for their projects.

Apple introduces paid subscriptions for iOS apps

News Corp's new publication for the iPad, The Daily, is big news. But even bigger news is that Apple has introduced paid subscriptions to the App Store--a feature that could open new doors for publications.