Whenever Desktop Publishing files become corrupt it will invariably happen at the worst possible time. Nothing is worse than when a graphic designer or pre-press operator receives an unexpected error. These alerts may include Error Code 4, 5, 6, Database error, Bad File Format 39, or Cannot open file, to name a few. Markzware’s recovery service will help to take the feeling of hopelessness away.
Mary Gay Pettit, director of public relations Markzware, said, “This is an amazing service that we provide to everyone in graphic arts, far and wide. When these errors show up, it is always so thrilling to let customers know that we can lend a helping hand.”
He continued, “The success rate is very high, and this service has literally saved people’s employment. Adobe’s InDesign document recovery feature is simply unable to fix these crashed and corrupted files that cannot be recovered, which often produces a sense of desperation. We are overjoyed that we can, more often than not, provide a successful solution to save the day.”
The Markzware DTP File Recovery Service offers a variety of affordable fees, based on the file size. Once the fee is paid, we can go to work and fix the file, saving hours of countless reworking.
The Desktop Publishing DTP File Recovery Service requires USD 49 in-take fee. You only pay beyond that, if Markzware can fix your file. The price is between USD 99 and USD 199, based on file size. This service is available, through the DTP File Recovery Service page, on the Markzware website. The Markzware stand-alone application IDMarkz can also often fix corrupt InDesign files. It is also a handy InDesign preview, export and conversion application.