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Old 10-31-2007, 07:07 PM   #1
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Default Quark Help


It's been a while. Got laid off, finally found another job. It's a great job, except I am being forced to use Quark 7.

At my last job, I was the moving force behind the migration from Quark to InDesign. So being back in the Quark corral isn't the greatest.

Having been away from the Quark dungeon for so long, I need to find a good resource for help. The Quark forum is pretty useless, especially since it won't let me register so I can post messages. Does anyone know of a good online forum for Quark users?

FWIW, my hidden agenda at the new job is to get them to make the leap from Quark to InDesign. We have both, so it's not a question of spending $$. It's a question of, "well, it works, so we don't want to mess with it." Harder to overcome. But my new "boss" thinks I'm great, so after I've been there a bit longer, I will start my campaign. Wish me luck.

In the meantime, I need to beat Quark into submission, so any help will be greatly appreciated.

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