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Open a QuarkXPress document or template Make sure that the original application file is closed. To ensure that all links are maintained, copy all linked files to the same QuarkXPress document folder. In Windows, choose QuarkXPress 3. Select a file and click Open. Note: If InDesign cannot convert a file or a specific part of a file, it displays a warning describing the reasons it cannot convert it and the results of the conversion.
If a warning dialog box appears, do one of the following: Click Save to save a copy of the warnings as a text file, and then open the file in InDesign.
Click Close to close the dialog box and open the file in InDesign. Styles are converted to InDesign styles. Text and graphics links are preserved and appear in the Links panel. Note: Embedded graphics—those added to the original document using the Paste command—are not converted.
For more information on embedded graphics, see About links and embedded graphics. If your QuarkXPress document does not convert, check the original and remove any objects that were created by an XTension; then save, and try to convert again. All master pages and layers are converted to InDesign masters and layers. All master-page objects, as well as QuarkXPress guides, are placed on the corresponding InDesign master pages.
Grouped objects remain grouped except where nonprinting items are included in a group. All strokes and lines including paragraph rules are converted to the stroke styles they most closely resemble. Custom strokes and dashes are converted to custom strokes and dashes in InDesign.
Colors are converted exactly to InDesign colors, except in the following situations: Multi-ink colors from QuarkXPress are mapped to mixed inks in InDesign, unless the multi-ink color does not contain at least one spot color.
In this case, the multi-ink color is converted to a process color instead. For information about other conversion issues, check the support documents on the Adobe website at www.
InDesign files are saved with an. Before opening the document in InDesign, you may want to do the following: If the PageMaker file or its linked graphics are located on a network server, floppy disk, or removable drive, it may not open as expected if an interruption in data transfer occurs.
To prevent data transfer problems, copy documents and their links to the hard disk, preferably in the same folder where the PageMaker publication is stored, before opening them in InDesign. You may want to use Save As in PageMaker to clear unnecessary hidden data. To ensure that all links are maintained, copy all linked files to the same folder where the PageMaker publication is stored.
Make sure that all necessary fonts are available in InDesign. Repair broken graphics links in the PageMaker publication. If you have a problem converting a large PageMaker document, convert portions of the PageMaker file separately to isolate the problem. InDesign can recover most documents that PageMaker cannot open.
In Windows, choose PageMaker 6. Note: If InDesign cannot convert a file or a specific part of a file, it displays a warning describing the reasons it cannot convert it and the results of the conversion attempt. Click Close to open the file in InDesign without saving the text file. Common PageMaker conversion issues Note the following: All master pages and layers are converted to InDesign masters and layers. Master pages in PageMaker convert to master pages in InDesign and retain all objects including page numbering and guides.
To maintain the order of overlapping items, InDesign creates two layers when converting a PageMaker publication: Default and Master Default. Master Default contains the Master page items.
PageMaker document guides are placed on the Default layer in InDesign. All items on the PageMaker pasteboard appear on the pasteboard of the first spread in the InDesign document.
Text and tables conversion issues Note the following: Text is converted to InDesign text frames. Tables in PageMaker files are converted to InDesign tables.
However, [No Paragraph Style] picks up the attributes of a named style if that style was selected before any typing occurred in the PageMaker publication. InDesign uses the Adobe Paragraph Composer for all paragraphs, causing some text to reflow.
You can assign the Adobe Single-Line Composer to one or more paragraphs to create line breaks more similarly to the PageMaker composition engine, but text may still reflow. InDesign uses only Baseline leading. The First Baseline of converted text may appear different than text created in InDesign.
InDesign uses a different hyphenation method than PageMaker, so line breaks may be different. Shadow text converts as plain text. Outline text converts as text with a stroke of 0. Note that text blocks and frames will no longer be threaded.
Linking and embedding conversion issues Note the following: Text and graphics links are preserved and appear in the Links panel. If InDesign cannot locate the original link to a graphic, a warning appears asking you to repair the link in PageMaker.
InDesign does not support OLE object linking and embedding. Consequently, when you open files that contain OLE graphics, those graphics will not appear in the InDesign document. Color and trapping conversion issues Note the following: Colors are converted exactly to InDesign colors.
Tints are converted as percentages of the parent color. Color profiles for PageMaker files are converted directly. All Hexachrome colors are converted to RGB values.
All strokes and lines including paragraph rules are converted to the default stroke styles they most closely resemble. Note: For information about other PageMaker conversion issues, check the support documents on the Adobe website. More like this.
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Open a QuarkXPress document or template Make sure that the original application file is closed. To ensure that all links are maintained, copy all linked files to the same QuarkXPress document folder. In Windows, choose QuarkXPress 3. Select a file and click Open.
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