Using master pages in QuarkXPress documents can save a tremendous amount of time and will ensure that your layouts have a consistent, uniform appearance. There are a few points to bear in mind when u
Sometimes you may encounter errors while working in QuarkXPress. The program will crash or worse, you may see a message that the file you were working on is not a QuarkXPress document and you won’t
Each Quark document can have its own H & Js (Hyphenation and Justification specifications). Sometimes text blocks are copied from one document to the next. If the two documents were created using di
Setup the Measurements palette so lines are measured by “First Point”. This choice gives you the X1, Y1 coordinates along with the line’s angle and length. The default of “Endpoints” gives you t
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One of the main purposes of a page layout program and what differentiates it from modern wordprocessors that allow compositions using text and graphics (like
The default position for an odd-numbered page in a facing pages document is a right-hand page. When you create a new document and insert blank pages, page one always begins on the right (below left).
You may find yourself in a situation where you or your company changes printers or service bureaus and they will only accept QuarkXPress files. Trouble is, you’ve been using Microsoft Word or Publ
It used to be that the only way you could create a stroked text effect in Quark was to use another application (such as Adobe Illustrator). You first had to create the effect, then save it as an E
Position the image in the layout. In this case it’s a page head.
I’ve received a few emails about EPS files and decided to publish this tutorial to clear up any confusion that may arise when using them in QuarkXPress or Photoshop. EPS files are PostScript and th