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Quark: making one pdf from a multi-chapter book

Quark: making one pdf from a multi-chapter book

Quark: making one pdf from a multi-chapter book

(OP)
I am a 'newbe' to quark.
I need help making a pdf of my FULL CHAPTER book I created in quark. If I save as a pdf, it just saves the pdf of the current layout that is open. How do I save the full catalog WITH ALL CHAPTERS as ONE pdf?

RE: Quark: making one pdf from a multi-chapter book

Hi:  rsakols

     Running Quark 6.52 on Mac OS 10.4.10 here.
     Although the help files in Quark 6.52 say you can print all the chapters in one file, I cannot do that and print or export to PDF.
     I think if you have Adobe Acrobat you can print each chapter to PDF and then use Adobe Acrobat to merge all the chapters into one PDF file.
     Or if you google you might find another program that will merge multiple PDF files into one single file.
     Unless there is a Quark extension to do that, I don't know of any other way.
Hope this helps
IMacQuarker

RE: Quark: making one pdf from a multi-chapter book

Hi rsakols

     I just remembered that I have PDFLab which allows you to take several separate PDF files and merge them into one file.
     That program can be downloaded here or you can google for PDFLab.
     This version is for Mac. I don't know if you are on a Mac or PC.
http://www.iconus.ch/fabien/pdflab/

IMacQuarker

RE: Quark: making one pdf from a multi-chapter book

(OP)
Thanks one and all for your help. It is much appreciated.

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