Importing pictures


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Importing pictures

Importing pictures into a QuarkXPress project is about as easy and flexible as you can imagine. QuarkXPress supports all the major file formats including Adobe Illustrator, EPS, Native Photoshop, PDF, TIFF, DCS, JPG, the operating system file format such as PICT and Windows Metafile, web file format such as PNG and GIF and even Flash files in the SWF format. Now you can get them on to the page in one of two ways, you can either drag-and-drop them from either the Finder or Windows Explorer or even Adobe Bridge, iPhoto or any other program that supports drag-and-drop or you can create a picture box in QuarkXPress and import it into the picture box.

Let's drag a picture on to this QuarkXPress page. I'm just going to move this over to the right so that I can get some blank space on the pasteboard. I'll get the Item tool and I'll click-and- drag from a Finder window right on to the page. It creates a picture box and puts the picture in it at 100% size. We can do the same thing f...

Importing pictures
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Importing pictures provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jay Nelson as part of the QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training

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Design
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QuarkXPress
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