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QuarkXPress 6.0 Passport - it works initally but when I temporarily leave the program and then go back to it it always freezes and I have to force quit.

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If you are really using the 6.0 version the first thing you're going to want to do is download and install a free update to the latest maintenance release of QuarkXPress 6. I think it's QuarkXPress 6.53 and you can get it from www.quark.com. You may have to upgrade through multiple versions to get there i.e. install the update to 6.5 and then up to 6.53 after that.

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Step 1

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