When you need the ultimate reference to the ultimate desktop publishing software, this is the place to turn. Acknowledged Quark masterDavid Blatnerprovides comprehensive coverage of everything Quark: using the Tool palette, building a document, working with graphics, adjusting color, and more. Even better, this best-selling classic has been updated to cover all that's new in what promises to be a significant update: native support for Mac OS X and Windows XP, an enhanced Undo feature, full-resolution preview of on-screen images, reorganized menus, new commands, and more. In friendly, easy-to-read style, David offers an indispensable collection of industrial-strength tips and tricks, as well as in-depth discussions of the core concepts that drive QuarkXPress use in the real world. Whether you're new to QuarkXPress and need a thorough grounding or an old hand looking to get up to speed quickly on all of its new features, you'll find what you need here.feature doesna#39;t work with some foreign-language keyboard layouts (Ia#39;ve even had complaints about the UK keyboard ... The registration, copyright, and trademark characters are found on the Macintosh by pressing Option-R, Option-G, and Option-2 keys. ... I recommend immediately assigning the superior type style to the character, then determining whether it should be kerned or not (see Figure 6- 63).
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