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Quark Passport version

Quark Passport version

Quark Passport version

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I have an old Quark file (v.4.2) that needs to be updated. However, when I attempt to open in in our Quark 6.5 version OR in an older 4.2 version, it says it cannot be opened because it was created in the Passport version.

We have never used the Passport version, so I don't know where this came from. Does anyone know how we can open this file other than to try to find an older passport version of the software?


Thanks in advance

RE: Quark Passport version

...passport files can be opened in quark 7 if you have access to a copy, otherwise you will need to open it in a passport version and save it back as a single language document rather than a multiple language file...

Andrew

RE: Quark Passport version

(OP)
Thanks, maybe we can open it in a demo version.

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