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    [b] </font> </font> Hello all... This is my first post to the forum, after joining it today. This looks like a great place to bounce your ideas around. I look forward to many posts!

    Info about me; home office graphic designer in the Midwest, handful of clients that keep me relatively busy. Been in business for 2.5 years, and in the field for 6ish. I love Quark, but am considering using inDesign for a few small projects until I can become more comfortable with it. I've heard many people say that one you use InDesign, you'll never go back to Quark. What's the opinion here on that?

    Have a great day all!
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    coblestone

    “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.” George Carlin

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    hey welcome coblestone
    as far as the indesign/quark question goes, don't ask. nobody will ever agree and you'll end up with pages and pages of people talking crap about the other program, sorta like which is better, mac or pc?. when everyone knows macs are far superior. it happens every couple of weeks. it's fun, but you'll never get any straignt answers. have fun!!!

    ...and remember, tuesday is soylent green day

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    • #3
      Welcome cobblestone...

      try a forum search on Quark (or InDesign) and check out this thread

      You've gotta do what you've gotta do.
      "It's never too late to be who you might have been." - George Eliot

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      • #4
        Welcome to the GDF, cobblestone.

        Gird-up your loins,
        Buckle your seat-belt,
        and return your tray
        to the upright and
        locked position...

        And let the good times roll!

        BB~:0)

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        • #5
          definalty snypa.. mac is wonderful.. But Welcome to the forum!! And i never used InDesign so beats the hell outta me..

          *</font> Vote</font> Debz</font> &</font> DD</font> 2004</font> *</font>

          I will end terrorism</font>, Stupidity</font>, Laziness</font> and eliminate all the slackers who drag us down</font>. Do not screw wit me.. buahaha! Debz & DD - 2004</font>

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          • #6
            Welcome coblestone! I used to do in home design, but never got hired, so I just piddle now while I do other things. Look forward to chatting!

            Knowledge speaks but wisdom listens....Jimi Hendrix

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            • #7
              ^^Piddle, als in wiz? Klänge wie ein Film, der wow sie an der Kasse wird. ^^

              BB~:0)

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              • #8
                Don't listen to these n00bs, eveyone knows PC's are taking over the design industry.......oh well, welcome to the forum!!


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                • #9
                  Welcome! Happy Friday!


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                  • #10
                    CobleStone, welcome to the GDF!

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