Free 58-page ebook from Adobe helps you plan a migration and smooth your transition from QuarkXPress to InDesign CS4.
Considering a move from QuarkXPress to Adobe InDesign CS4? Curious what the main differences–and similarities–are and how they’ll impact your workflow? Or maybe you’ve already made the jump, but you’re having difficulty finding your favorite features within InDesign’s unique user interface and feature naming system. Runaround, for instance, isn’t there–at least, not called Runaround and not within a Modify-like dialog box.
A page from the Adobe InDesign CS4 Conversion Guide
To help make your transition–or pre-transition research–a little easier, Adobe has published the 58-page Adobe InDesign CS4 Conversion Guide, A Hands-on Resource for Switching from QuarkXPress to InDesign CS4. With sections like “Top 10 Differences You Need to Understand,” “The Top 25 Shortcuts You Should Know,” and “Opening QuarkXPress Files,” the Conversion Guide your migration between XPress and InDesign can progress smoothly without major headaches or slowdowns.
The Adobe InDesign CS4 Conversion Guide won’t likely answer your every QuarkXPress to InDesign question or need, but it’s an excellent start. And it’s free.
Download the Adobe InDesign CS4 Conversion Guide ebook now (58-pages, PDF, 7MB).