Quark lets students keep educational licenses

Jim Dalrymple
10 November, 2007
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Quark has announced that students worldwide who acquire its desktop publishing software QuarkXPress under educational licenses can continue to use the software commercially after they’ve graduated. QuarkXPress is commonly used in graphic design and publishing courses at design schools and colleges, but its educational licensing has been restricted for use only while the student remains a student. Now students can use those same copies of QuarkXPress — significantly discounted from the full price — as they try to gain a foothold in the commercial world of design after they graduate. They can also use the educational copy of QuarkXPress to create commercial material while they’re still enrolled. Students can upgrade to the latest version of QuarkXPress at the commercial upgrade price.

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