How can you convert your QuarkXPress Layouts into Standards-Compliant eBooks in QuarkXPress 10?

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How can you convert your QuarkXPress Layouts into Standards-Compliant eBooks in QuarkXPress 10?

 

With the QuarkXPress 10 eBook Export feature, you can easily convert your QuarkXPress print files into well-structured, reflowable eBooks for popular reading devices such as the iPad®, Sony® Reader, and NOOK®, or submit to Amazon for the Kindle.

Use Reflow view to extract text and pictures from your QuarkXPress layout and turn them into text and picture components, then order and tag the content for consistent display in the Amazon Kindle e-reader and any eBook reader that supports the ePub standard.

Steps to create an eBook:

  • Use Reflow view to assemble and preview a reflowable version of the text and pictures in your layout or create a new project specifically for ePub or Kindle export
  • Use the Reflow Tagging Palette to tell the components of your eBook what they represent (headline, caption, body, etc.)
  • Optionally enhance with audio, video and hyperlinks
  • Export a standards-compliant ePub or Kindle file, ready for submission to online bookstores

 

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  • Topic #: 30026-3179
  • Date Created: 09/13/2013
  • Last Modified Since: 08/26/2016
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