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4.1 Quark manuals saved as 7.2 versions

4.1 Quark manuals saved as 7.2 versions

4.1 Quark manuals saved as 7.2 versions

Hi, this small thing is really annoying me!

I create manuals which are very similar and usually open up one, for example 'ManualTest' and use SAVE AS to create a new manual called 'ManualNew' which I amend.

This all worked fine until I upgraded to Quark 7.2.  Now when I open up my 'ManualNew' the top title bar of the document reads 'ManualNew.qxp: ManualTest.qxd  (also the small grey tab on the bottom left has the original title)

It seems to be taking this information from my old versions ...is it something to do with job jackets? (which I dont need) -  and can it easily be turned off to save confusion on which manual I actually have open?

Thanks in advance!

RE: 4.1 Quark manuals saved as 7.2 versions

...yes, go to layout > layout properties and change the name...

...basically it is because you are opening an older quark version...


RE: 4.1 Quark manuals saved as 7.2 versions

...a quark doc now can have multiple layouts in one file, useful, but use at your own risk as you could end up losing more work if something went horribly wrong...

...i'm old school so always save as different files rather than multiple layouts...


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