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Adobe InDesign Plugin to Convert Quark Files to InDesign: Q2ID FAQ

Adobe InDesign is a popular page layout program. Markzware has an Adobe InDesign plugin to help InDesign users convert Quark files to InDesign files. Q2ID, the Adobe InDesign plugin for data conversion from Markzware, can convert Quark to InDesign. View the video on how Q2ID can convert Quark XTension files to InDesign:

Adobe InDesign Plugin to Convert Quark Files to InDesign Files – Q2ID

Markzware Q2ID is an Adobe InDesign plugin that can convert Quark files to InDesign files

Install Q2ID for Mac or Windows
Q2ID can even convert a QuarkXPress Windows file into an Adobe InDesign Mac file. The Adobe InDesign file format is platform independent, so both Mac and Windows InDesign files can be opened by both the Mac and Windows versions of InDesign. To install Q2ID into Adobe InDesign for Mac or Windows, please see the Q2ID Manual (Quark to InDesign Manual). You will need your Q2ID License ID number to activate Q2ID.

Q2ID Troubleshooting:

  • Yellow Box behind Text
    Yellow highlighted text indicates substituted Glyphs. If you have a yellow box behind some text after data conversion, you can turn off the highlighting by unchecking “highlight substituted Glyphs” in the Composition section of Adobe InDesign’s Preferences.
  • Pink Box behind Text
    Pink highlighted text indicates substituted fonts. If you have a pink box behind some text after data conversion, you can turn off the highlighting by unchecking highlight “substituted fonts” in the Composition section of InDesign’s Preferences. This is usually caused when the person creating the original Quark document used a style on a font without an actual font being present, such as a false bold.
  • Adobe InDesign Crash during Data Conversion
    If you encounter an Adobe InDesign crash during data conversion, please make sure that you have the latest version of Q2ID. If you are still having problems, please fill out a Q2ID Tech Trouble Ticket and make sure to send us the problematic file(s) so we may inspect them. For more Q2ID information, visit the Q2ID page.

To get an idea of what your QuarkXPress files will look like, please view the Q2ID video above to see a demonstration of how this Adobe InDesign plugin is used. When you are ready to purchase the full version of Q2ID, you can visit the Q2ID page.

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