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QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

I recently HAD to start using Quark at a client's request. All was well and fine until Friday when it started crashing on me. I redid the file Saturday (thinking something had gotten corrupted) and then Monday it started all over again. By Tuesday evening I was able to finally send out the proof to the client (23 hours late) but am loathe to open the file again until I can resolve the crashing issue.

Any thoughts?

RE: QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

Why are you using 7.01?  Can't you do any better?

RE: QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

I am currently downloading the updgrade for 7.3 as in the span of starting this project (1 week ago) I've gone from 7.0 to 7.1. We'll see how it goes...

RE: QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

Hi 811artdirector
     Look in your QuarkXpress folder and see if there is a Preferences folder, if not then put one there and make sure you spell it "Preferences".
     When I installed 6.5 that folder did not get installed, I don't know if that is the case with 7.1 but won't hurt to check.
     Hope this helps

RE: QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

There are definitely issues with preferences in 7.x.

Make sure you refresh/delete them if there are still problems.

There is extensive discussion of preferences in 7.x on the Quark forums...


RE: QuarkXPress 7.01 crashing?

I found that quark 7.3 has eliminated many issues, like crashes and PDF creation problems. It seems to be working well.

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