July 12, 2016 Last Updated 12:50 pm

QuarkXPress 2016 online training available from Lynda.com

DENVER, CO – July 12, 2016 – Quark Software announced today the availability of new QuarkXPress 2016 online training from Lynda.com. QuarkXPress 2016 is the newest version of QuarkXPress, one of the original page layout applications for creative professionals. In the new five hour and 44 minute video training series, expert Mike Rankin teaches the essential QuarkXPress skills needed to create professional publishing projects, both print and digital.

Quark-training-400Visit Lynda.com now to preview and sign up for QuarkXPress 2016 Essential Training.

The series features training on the QuarkXPress interface and preferences, and the basics of working with documents, master pages, layers, and items (the design elements of a QuarkXPress layout). Mike Rankin also covers how to import text, format it, and control alignment, leading, and spacing around paragraph and text boxes. There are chapters dedicated to tables, images, and interactivity, as well as the output and publishing options in QuarkXPress, including EPUB and HTML5.

Whether you are a seasoned QuarkXPress professional or a new user, the training has something for everyone. As Rankin notes in his review of QuarkXPress 2016 for CreativePro.com, “…no matter which group you fall into, if you’re a creative professional interested in making top quality print and digital publications, you should check out QuarkXPress 2016.”

Training topics include:

  • What is QuarkXPress?
  • Setting preferences
  • Creating new documents and pages
  • Moving and merging layers in QuarkXPress
  • Using the Bezier Pen tool
  • Importing and editing text
  • Applying fonts
  • Working with bullets and numbering
  • Using style sheets
  • Creating anchored text boxes
  • Formatting tables
  • Controlling color and opacity
  • Adding hyperlinks, video, and animation
  • Exporting QuarkXPress files

Find out more about QuarkXPress 2016: www.quark.com/2016 and learn more about QuarkXPress 2016 Essential Training.

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