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What does QCD stand for?

QCD stands for QuarkCopyDesk (file extension)

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QPS Delivers Greater Flexibility QPS allows users to work with both QuarkXPress with QuarkCopyDesk and Adobe InDesign with InCopy to: * Support designers, writers, and editors who use either QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign * Help agencies work more efficiently with their customers who use either application * Manage creative assets across all projects more efficiently * Automate the routing of projects from both applications in one workflow * Monitor the status of projects in both applications "To successfully meet today's market requirements, providers of enterprise publishing software must develop format-agnostic solutions, even if it means embracing competitive software," said Melissa Webster, Program Vice President, Content and Digital Media Technologies for IDC.
The license covers QuarkXPress(TM), QuarkXPress Passport(TM), QuarkCopyDesk(TM), QuarkCopyDesk Special Edition, and future Quark products.
Now supporting QuarkXPress 7 and QuarkCopyDesk 7, QPS 7 is re-engineered from the ground up and introduces a number of compelling new features: * Based on Java technology, true Service Oriented Architecture, and Spring Framework Java[TM]/J2EE[TM], QPS 7 is one of the most advanced publishing systems available today; * An updated roles-based user interface simplifies daily tasks; * Certification with HSQL and Microsoft SQL means QPS 7 supports industry-standard databases; and * QPS 7's Web Editor leverages QuarkXPress Server 7, Quark's powerful core publishing technology.
Its flagship product, PlanSystem3, integrates with Adobe(R) InDesign(R), InCopy(R), QuarkXPress(R) and QuarkCopyDesk SE(R) and supports any other desktop application, including Microsoft(R) Word(R), PhotoShop(R) and Illustrator(R) on both Mac and Windows platforms.