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I cant export a pdf from quarkxpress 6.0 Have tried everything. Its telling me to go to postscript printer??? I have made a postscribt and it does nothing. HELP

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    Ben May 11, 2010

    Can you get access to something like PrimoPDF and send the document to that (via the printer)?

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You need Adobe Acrobat Professional or Adobe Indesign in order to export or convert your documents to PDF format. There are several ways to do it, you can even use Adobe PDF printer and create PDF versions of anything you print.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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