1. InDesign’s Include Inside Edges turned on means Allow Holes and equals QuarkXPress’s OutSide Edges Only turned off.
2. In InDesign, you can base the runaround on the bounding box, since an object is a container with content. QuarkXPress does not handle objects this way. Therefore, the runaround should be Wrap Around Object Shape.
3. Text Wrap Above an object is not supported. Also, Ignore Text Wrap is not supported, as well as some types of Invert Text Wrap.
4. A Runaround for a picture box might not cause the text underneath to flow as expected. This is because InDesign allows text to appear on both sides of the picture box.
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Markzware ID2Q for QuarkXPress 10 Runarounds Conversion