December 14, 2016 Last Updated 12:27 pm

QuarkXPress for Dummies new training handbook available for pre-order and digital download

‘This is the first new QuarkXPress for Dummies book released by Wiley since QuarkXPress 6 – more than a decade ago.’

DENVER, CO – December 14, 2016 – QuarkXPress for Dummies, a new training handbook for QuarkXPress users, is now available for pre-order and digital download and will officially be available in print on December 19. The new book is a full-color, hands-on guide to QuarkXPress, one of the top tools for graphic design and page layout.

Written by Jay Nelson, a longtime authority on QuarkXPress, QuarkXPress for Dummies offers readers information about the latest updates to QuarkXPress and step-by-step guidance on designing and outputting projects, plus:

  • Unbeatable tricks for working with text
  • Guidance on managing larger design projects
  • Tips on how to correct mistakes

QuarkXPress for Dummies is available online from AmazonBarnes & NobleTarget and other major retailers. It is available in paperback as well as for the Kindle, Nook and other digital formats. Now is the perfect time to pre-order or download the new book for the holiday season. For those looking for the new version of QuarkXPress, Quark is currently running a Buy One, Get One offer on QuarkXPress 2016 licenses, which can be purchased through the Quark Store, Quark Authorized Resellers, and Quark Telesales.

Gavin Drake, Vice President of Marketing for Quark said, “This is the first new QuarkXPress for Dummies book released by Wiley since QuarkXPress 6 – more than a decade ago. Its release reflects the resurgence of QuarkXPress among both new and longtime users who rely on the software for professional page layout, design, and digital publishing.”

About Jay Nelson
Jay Nelson has used QuarkXPress almost daily since 1988 when he managed one of America’s first prepress service bureaus. He became a Quark Authorized Trainer, then owned a Quark Authorized Training Center. For the next 21 years, Jay was the editor and publisher of Design Tools Monthly, a widely respected executive summary of graphic design news. Jay was a keynote speaker at multiple launches of QuarkXPress, is the author and presenter of training videos, and has reviewed every version of QuarkXPress since version 8 for popular Mac and computing publications.

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