Quark lesson on importing a manuscript into Quark

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Drop Caps

Preparing the Manuscript for Import to Quark

Linking Pages

Adding Pages and Master Pages

Adding Pages with Lots of Text Boxes

Quark's Collect for Output

Dealing with Fonts

What to Send to the Printer

Creating Individual PDF Pages From an Entire Book

Importing the Manuscript into Quark

I did not break my book into chapters or any kind of sections. In fact, at this point, I donít see how I could and link the pages togetherómore on that later. I left it one big documentó306 pages long. I did make a separate document for each page of my front matteróbastard title, title, copyright, dedication, etc. As it turned out, I couldnít use themómore on that under Adding Pages.

When I created my new Quark document I clicked the automatic text box and the facing pages text box on the New Document dialogue box. I figured I would then link my front (and back) matter mages to either end of those 306 pages. To uncover the flaw in that plan, look under Adding Pages.

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