Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 126 / FEBRUARY 1991 / PAGE 102

Quarkxpress 3.0. (desktop publishing software) (Reviews) (evaluation)

Despite being the most precise of the high-end layout programs, QuarkXPress has always been hard to use. Version 3.0 remedies the ease-of-use problem with a Page-Maker-like pasteboard and the option to unlink text and graphics boxes. Other new features include the ability to rotate text and graphics in .001-degree increments (PageMaker offers only a 90-degree rotation), anchor rules to text, and automatically create drop caps.

A Windows version should be available sometime in 1991.