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XChange Announce Duplica 4.0 for QuarkXPress 8

XChange International announce release of
Duplica 4.0 XTension for QuarkXPress 8

XChange International, the source for extended technology worldwide are pleased to announce the release of the Duplica XTension for QuarkXPress 8. Badia Duplica allows users to sample and apply text and item attributes using multiple clipboards. Users simply choose the attributes they wish to copy, and then use the eyedroppers to duplicate the same styling in other parts of the document. More than 80 attributes are available to pick from for characters, paragraphs, pictures, boxes, lines and pages. Duplica also allows users to copy text without formatting, and transform and step-and-repeat items using the built-in Clone tool.

New to Duplica 4.0 for QuarkXPress 8 is the ability to sample a multiple range of character and paragraph attributes. Then, with a single click of the mouse, users can apply the exact sequence of attributes again to unformatted text. Now users can format tables, catalogues, annual reports, technical books or any complex document in just seconds.

With Duplica, users can copy and paste text without style or formatting information. Pasting unstyled text incorporates the style attributes of the insertion point. Duplica also allows users to paste any character or paragraph attribute to an entire text box or to multiple text boxes. When combined with the new range styling capabilities, this means that users can even format dozens of text boxes with only a few clicks.

Users can clone any box or line using the built-in Clone feature that transforms items just like dedicated illustration programs. They simply specify the offsets that will change incrementally with each duplication, such as width, height, angle, skew, shade and frame width. For example, users can clone a box increasing its frame width by 1 pt with each duplication, resulting in cloned boxes with 2 pt, 3 pt, 4 pt, etc. frame widths.

System Requirements:
Mac OS X Tiger or Leopard
QuarkXPress 4 through 8

Duplica 4.0 for QuarkXPress 8, as well as earlier versions, is available now through XChange International via electronic delivery worldwide. To order, or for more information, users can visit www.xchangeuk.com, or call on +44(0)20 7490 4455 during UK business hours. Email address is info@xchangeuk.com.

XChange are a leading supplier of desktop graphic and publishing applications, QuarkXTension® technology; Adobe InDesign®, Acrobat® and Photoshop® Plug-ins® and other design and publishing utilities. XChange offer extended technology products from across the world specific to the graphic design, print and publishing industries and make them available to an extensive user base via their printed catalogue or online at their web site. The company are headquartered in Central London and also offer specialist training on many of the solutions they sell.

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