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We are collaborating with another organization to produce a bound publication--we created the file and they will print it. We produced the doent in InDesign 2.0 and they use Quark. They said they will not accept pdf and that all files they receive must be Quark. Is there any way to convert the InDesign doent to Quark?? Thanks in advance....

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    Default Converting InDesign 2.0 doent to Quark

    We are collaborating with another organization to produce a bound publication--we created the file and they will print it. We produced the doent in InDesign 2.0 and they use Quark. They said they will not accept pdf and that all files they receive must be Quark.

    Is there any way to convert the InDesign doent to Quark??

    Thanks in advance.
    Karen_Knight@adobeforums.com Guest

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    There is a Markzware XTension but it has more limitations than features.
    There's no way your ID doent will convert properly.

    If they won't accept PDF they're bunch of s (IMO, of course). If all
    they're doing is the printing, you might want to look around to find
    someone else.

    Bob

    Robert_Levine@adobeforums.com Guest

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    BTW, one of the limitations is that it's Mac only.

    Bob

    Robert_Levine@adobeforums.com Guest

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    >Is there any way to convert the InDesign doent to Quark??



    Unfortunately, no. To put it bluntly, your collaborators are idiots. Ask them for specific reasons why they can't use PDFs.

    This isn't anything that you've done wrong. It's purely and squarely on their shoulders. The publishing world no longer revolves around Quark.
    Scott_McCullough@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Thanks to both of you for your input. Should it be relatively simple for them to convert the pdf file? She mentioned something about saving each page of the doent separately but that seems like overkill to me.
    Karen_Knight@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Karen,
    > Should it be relatively simple for them to convert the pdf file?
    It sould be simple for them to handle with. There is not need to "convert"
    but to bring it to film or plate. Therefore printers have
    imposition-software or place the PDF in Quark to printout (worse, but many
    people still do...)
    > She mentioned something about saving each page of the doent separately
    but that seems like overkill to me.

    Though they should be able to import/impose from PDF with multiple pages, it
    it possible to export to PDF single pages from InDesign on the fly. Press
    <ctrl>+<e>, choose name of PDF-file (with page-number recommended), choose
    page to export. Repeat for each page - that's it.

    Uwe


    Uwe_Rottkamp@adobeforums.com Guest

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    > She mentioned something about saving each page of the doent separately

    Scott's right, she's an idiot.

    Bob

    Robert_Levine@adobeforums.com Guest

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