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  • Quark vs Indesign... Need Advice.

    Hi all.

    Upgrading the department to OSX and I am debating to just chuck Quark and go Indesign.
    I am Quark user myself and I am a little leary to cast aside the almighty but Indesign seems to be pretty dependable.
    What's the best road to take?


  • #2
    Gawd we've beaten this topic to death.
    Do a forum search for the Quark vs Indesign (or Indesign vs Quark)
    Check with your favorite print vendors first to see if they will print from InDesign. Some are too lazy to figure out what they need to do to make it work correctly.
    Then choose InDesign.
    Quark sux.

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    • #3
      indesign is very nice....

      I agree with the comments above from the knowledgable PrintDriver

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      • #4
        Whoops! Sorry.
        Thanx for the advice.

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        • #5
          ID hands down

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          • #6
            see this post: graphicdesignforum.com/?f=34&m=41897
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            • #7
              Thanks for all the help.
              I'd much rather go Adobe all the way.

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