Karen, Thanks for the info about upgrading, Specially with Quark. Really surprised that you cannot save down to V4 or V3. Have to save to V5? Who the hell has V5? That didn't last too long, did it? The print shops will not use it? Wonder why? Rips? And other problems.
Karen, clue me in more please.
Did you see that Quark's magazine is back for $128 for the subscription. Has a boomerang as a logo. Kind of?
We're back!! Free t-shirt with a hefty subscription charge. Oh, yes, that will make me sign up for the magazine. Not!
What about you? Don't you just need a new boomerang T-shirt? How about an upgrade that will let you save from V6.2 to V3.2 or V4 directly like Adobe does in all their apps?
I happen to love the Adobe software with Photoshop and Illustrator. Acrobat is another tool that I need to upgrade. V7 seems interesting. I only have V4 at work.
Really, is seems, these giant corporations think we are all made out of money and we need all the latest and greatest upgrades.
How about a program that is solid as a rock, and good for a few years until the designers work out all the bugs before pushing a new upgrade on us every six months. Like you said before about Quark V5.
Karen, please stay in touch. Not many people talking Quark in the CNET Forum. Wonder why?
Check out my post on Corel Draw Suite. Now, that is a really hot issue with one post only for over a week. Besides, who the heck uses Corel Draw Suite? I will bet the commercial printers go bonkers every time they receive a Corel file. OH, NOOOO! Another Corel file that is screwed up and unable to print or go to the rip for film and even direct to plate.
I am long-winded as usual?Kevin