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Old 10-12-2006, 03:22 PM   #6
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Good question.

A couple of months back I bought the inverse, their Q2ID filter. I had a 48-page project originally done with QX 6.5 that needed to be carried forward in InDesign and the conversion worked surprisingly well. I was expecting to have lots of repair and rebuilding to do, but no.

Now, when I bought it (directly from the Markzware site), they would have let me buy ID2Q at half price, so I could have two-way conversion, but I'm still having a hard time figuring out who would want both converters. Certainly not me, but apparently someone out there does or Markzware wouldn't extend the offer. <shrug>
Q2ID works great. ID2Q does not. Quark seems to lack a lot of the features of InDesign - even Quark 7 - and the filter still misses easy stuff like the cell borders of a table.
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