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Need to Convert Quark doc to MS Publisher doc!

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I have a quark document I would like to convert to MS publisher. Is there a converter out there?
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Question by:mediatek
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by:weed
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The first question is "why on earth would you want to go from Quark to MS Publisher??" I used to work at a Service Bureau in San Francisco and we wouldnt even consider taking a job if it was in MS Publisher format.
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by:lyonst
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Ho mediatek,

Sorry but I dont think this is possibel.  I have done this in the past manually which I think is the only solution.

T.
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GEM100 earned 100 total points
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Well, your question is if there is any converter out there. The correct answer is NO. There is no such converter. Not that I did not hear about it, but just it's does not exist. The publisher is not good enough to accept all quark stuff. Looks like this does not deserve anything, but your question is answered in full.
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by:mediatek
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I didn't think so but I had to find out for sure. I agree Quark outclasses MS Pub but people where I work with only know PUB and the stuff that is in the Quark doc is very basic stuff. The vendor we use to create our graphics only uses Quark. But sometimes we need to change a few things which is why it would be better for us if it was in a pub doc.
Thanks!
I'll give you the points.
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by:GEM100
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Wonderful, man, thanx (I still feel I deserve less, but anyway). Life's too short to think a lot.
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