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We recently purchased a book from another publisher. The information that appears in that book comes from Sweden already formatted and tagged in a text file. We don't know what program the previous publisher used to produce the book. I have adjusted the tags so Quark can read when I import them in. This has worked well up to where I am now.
There is a diagram for each company that is built by using Wingdings and ZapfDingbats. I have been unable to recreate this flowchart so to speak in Quark. Does anybody recognize what the previous company was doing?

@OWNER: <B>Ownership (parents) :<B>
@LINE: ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ<F"ZapfDingbats">ä<F"Helvetica-Narrow">Aberfoyle

Ltd, Australia
@LINE: ³
@LINE: ³
@LINE: À<F"Wingdings 3">… <F"Helvetica-Narrow">100% Western Metals Ltd

@LINE: Ã<F"Wingdings 3">… <F"Helvetica-Narrow">7% Australian Mutual

Provident Society (Australia)
@LINE: À<F"Wingdings 3">… <F"Helvetica-Narrow">8% NM Rothschild &

Sons (Australia) Pty Ltd (Australia)

Here is what the final product should look like:

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