>We're planning on picking up a few extra copies of Quark, and have been
>informed that 3.32 is no longer available. If we purchase 4, will we have
>difficulties integrating that with our numerous copies of 3.32/3.31/3.3?
Not neccessarily. QXP 4 will allow you to save files in 3.3.x format.
Doesn't seem to eat them like 3.2 -> 3.3.x did.
Quote:>Basically, can Q4 documents be opened in 3.3x?
Not a chance in Hell. But, I have no documentation on all the features
to double check this. So, to put it more honestly - in my opinion, not a
chance in Hell.
Quote:>If not, I imagine the howls of protest would have been deafening, but
>it would be nice to hear from someone who's bitten the bullet what the
> various problems are/were in upgrading.
I haven't upgraded, nor have I seen the currently shipping version, but
the Final Candidate 102 (which I do have) is supposedly the same as that
what ships. Dunno - might be true, but I've no verification.
Minimum RAM is about 9MB. Suggested is 10. Preferred is 24MB, I
think. Type on paths is really neat, but I still dig Illustrator 88, too.
For every time you wished for a mini-Illustrator to just do some quick
typographic work in, count that as another point in favor of an upgrade.
For every XTension that your business relies on, count that as one point
against an upgrade. Call those vendors first, and get them to give you a
compatibility guarantee - if they won't, either dump them or buy someone
else's copies of 3.3.2r5.
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