Markzware releases new Indesign plug-in

The latest version of Markzware’s MarkzTools for InDesign pulls off a neat trick – it can open a higher version of an Adobe InDesign document in a lower version.

Thus, anyone using InDesign CS5 or CS6 will be able to open InDesign CC (Creative Cloud) or CC 2014 documents. This applies to InDesign CS5, CS5.5, CS6, CC, and CC 2014 and works on Macs running OS X 10.6.8 – 10.10.

Mary Gay Marchese, public relations for Markzware, explained: “MarkzTools will show previews of missing images in converted files, whereas IDML files will show a grey box. This feature can be useful by allowing people to see more of what the original file looked like.”

For further details, check out the website at http://markzware.com/products/markztools/


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