Markzware Launches PDFMarkz SE for Windows
Markzware, Inc. announces the release of PDFMarkz SE, a stand-alone PDF conversion application now available for users of Windows 10 and 11. This is the third release in the “Markz-Line” of file conversion applications for the Windows platform. PDFMarkz for macOS has long been available, and a Windows version has been often requested by Windows users. PDFMarkz SE converts PDF files that can be edited directly in Adobe InDesign, QuarkXPress, and Affinity Publisher.
PDFMARKZ SE OVERVIEW
Trillions of .pdf files are generated yearly, and PDFMarkz SE is the ideal tool for repurposing PDF content for graphic designers, publishers and printers. Frequently, users have PDFs while the original, native job or artwork is no longer available. Markzware’s PDF converter gives users the ability to recycle PDF layouts. This allows new edits or design changes to be made, directly within the familiar interface of Adobe InDesign and other desktop publishing applications.
PDFMarkz SE will even convert PDF Annotations (additions of “PDF Comments”) to the IDML (InDesign Markup Language) file, so users can view them in InDesign 2023. Markzware technology exports PDF documents as IDML files, which can be opened in Adobe InDesign CS4 and newer versions. The IDML exported by PDFMarkz SE can be imported into any desktop publishing (DTP) application that supports InDesign Markup Language. In addition to Adobe InDesign, applications with IDML support include Affinity Publisher and QuarkXPress.
Language artist, author and producer, Pamela Sackett, says, " … [PDFMarkz] can convert Canva to InDesign! … what could have meant … losing all that precious time with the Canva file--designing, developing, formatting, editing, tweaking, “finishing” the book file--the conversion captured most of what we created … saving us … trouble and a massive amount of energy ... BRAVO!”
PDFMARKZ SE INTRODUCTION VIDEO
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