Help! I was creating a document in 6.1, and I saved it down to 5.0. When I went to open the document again, I lost both text and images. I can use the command GET PICTURE to refresh the images, but I can't figure out what happened to the text. The text boxes have the red X box that normally denotes overflow text or a box that is too small for the text. I have tried selecting the text and changing it in a number of ways (size, font, leading, etc.) but it doesn't seem to do anything. No text shows up or anything. I tried opening the document in 5.0 as well, and there is no change there, either. Naturally, the document was almost complete, and now I have a bunch of blank text boxes. Any ideas what happened or how I can get the text back?
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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There's really no direct way to open an 8.1 file in 6.5. Quark doesn't make it easy to do these things. The only thing you can do is save 8 down to 7 down to 6, but there's a lot of new stuff between the versions, so if you had the access to do that, you'd most likely lose formatting and information.
this is Quark Express file. So to view this file, you can use it.
You can download a trial version here--http://8.quark.com/evaluation.html
You can create a PDF file from a Quark document using Acrobat. The
desktop version of Acrobat comes with Acrobat Distiller which can
convert the Quark file to PDF.
According to the Adobe Create PDF Online web site (http://createpdf.adobe.com/index.pl),
native Quark (qxd) files do not appear to be supported for online
conversion. However, the service does support PostScript (.ps) files.
If you can save your Quark file as a PostScript file, then you can use
the Create PDF Online service.
This is a version problem. Not sure what version you're using but you're going to have to go at least one version higher and save down. Quark's kind of a pain about this. If you're in 4 and you have a 7 file, you need to save it down from 7 to 6 to 5 to 4. It's not at all easy or convenient.
Use the control Palette at the bottom of the screen. Use the open arrow, set your origin, and click on the item you want to know about. At the bottom of the screen in a long thin rectangular palette is everything you need to know about that image in regards to placement and position.
in this case try creating a preferences folder under the HDD>>Applications>>quarkXPress 6.x folder and then check the results.
if it still continues then try to downsave the document to version 5 by doing a file>>save as and changing the version to 5 from there