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>I'm in Denver now and it's been
a major shock to my system to find QuarkXPress is the preferred
software. . .ugh.
:( I feel for you. I grew up on Quark so I'm really proficient in it,
but I can't imagine enjoying having to learn it alluvasudden from scratch.
It's a complex program with a definite feel and behavior I haven't seen