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HOW DO I IMPORT A PHOTOSHOP CS3 DUOTONE INTO QUARKXPRESS 7.5

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I am making phtoshop duotones, saving as psd file because if I save it as a photoshop eps I get a white box around it.Quark says it does not recognize the format when I import the psd duotone.  If I import the eps as I said it has a white box.
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(shaking my head after reading some of the second link Philip posted) Quark used to be THE standard...
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I switched years ago, haven't used quark since 4.2

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I had to deal with it up until @ version 6, but I definitely switched loyalties somewhere about the same time.
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It's funny how it goes
I started with pagemaker, thought it was great
then came quark
wondered why I ever used pagemaker
then came indesign, first couple of versions, bit flaky
but eventually got pretty solid

Quite a few design jobs still stipulate quark experience, but I've noticed the swing is slowly happening.
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Quark experience might become a real asset these days. There is such a huge number of archived projects in Quark (that don't always translate correctly) and so few schools teach it.

One of the last nails in Quark's coffin was after they had given away the store to Adobe, had turned their backs on their loyal customer base and refused to play nice with Apple, and while watching their market share go down the toilet, they kept making ridiculous demands on their educational licenses that made switching to Adobe a no brainer for colleges and art schools.

Definitely a case study that shares a place on the shelf next to Coke changing its formula.

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did not provide a solution just referred to a statement by quark.

All the other answers simply said they used indesign, so why not just not answer the question.

I was referring to a quark problem.
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