Re: Framemaker to Quark

Subject: Re: Framemaker to Quark
From: Sarah Carroll <sarahc -at- INDIGO -dot- IE>
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 1998 12:15:06 +0000

Dianna,

Quark is a terrific application for layout/finished art.
It's abysmal for technical reference material.
If the contractor wants to use Quark for boxes, covers
or other "arty" sorts of things, fair enough. But for reference
material - no way. If your material is graphic intensive, full
colour, little text, no index/toc/cross-references, then let
them do it in Quark, but don't anticipate a lossless conversion
into Frame.

If the contractor is writing/formatting reference material and
charges you more for working in Frame, or indeed suggests
this type of working practise (converting to and from Quark),
I would have doubts about their suitability for the project.

Best
Sarah
sarahc -at- indigo -dot- ie

At 15:39 09/02/98 -0500, Dianna Massey wrote:
>Have any of you had to convert files from FrameMaker to Quark and vice
>versa? Can this be done easily?




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