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Old 10-26-2009, 10:50 AM   #1
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Default QXP8 and .odt files

Installed current version of Quark for a test drive only to discover I am seemingly unable to import .odt files with the thing. I get those from a client and I could just use Open Office to convert them if I must but that means an additional step I could do without.

Having used Scribus for that file format I found it odd that it should not be possible.

Just out of intrest: could I do that with InDesign?

   
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I checked the Adobe pages, and they don't support odt. Can you save in rtf from Open Document? That is supported.
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I can do that or I could just use Scribus! I would not throw anything big at it but for what I need to do it works fine.

   
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