LinkUp Enterprice

Links Quark documents with database content and lets you build documents

LinkUP Enterprise is a flexible QuarkXPress XTension that will cut time-consuming production tasks. It links Quark documents with database content and lets you build documents in a number of ways that suit you. No coding or technical expertise required.

Use template builds - library, pasteboard, master page or grid builds - to create large, complex or multi-level documents at the push of a button. Then update the document when new data arrives easily, giving you the freedom to concentrate on design.


  • Create a database by exporting from an existing document
  • Bi-directional updates, import into QuarkXPress or export out to your database
  • Conditional updating, eg, autodelete fields that are missing in the database, or flag them for action
  • Multi-level indexing and table of contents creation tools
  • Automatic creation of headers and footers
  • Search and replace on-the-fly - adding currency symbols, amending database errors etc
  • User levels control who works on what
  • Character translation tables - handle issues between platforms
  • Picture information export - maintain a database of images used in your publication  - and flexible picture import handling options
  • Work with relational databases and flat files (eg, .csv or .txt files)


  • Improved accuracy, time efficiency and profitability of your projects
  • Bring document production in-house, keeping all your assets in one place - or be an affordable outsource as data
    - driven documents become easier and more cost-effective to create for clients
  • Choice of ODBC or DBF versions - we give you both at no extra cost
  • Call data back and forth whenever you need, so you can make changes right up to your print deadline
  • Frees up time to let designers design, not slog away at inputting content
  • Massively cuts down proofing stages, as data imported is always the same as the data source.

The LinkUp product family is available in different versions. A full list of functions is described in the following comparison chart:

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