[Scribus] exchange data between Quark, InDesign, etc

Craig Bradney cbradney
Thu Apr 28 16:46:08 CEST 2005

On Thursday 28 April 2005 16:27, pilus wrote:
> Dear all,
> I understand the dificulties discribed in the FAQ's concerning
> exchanging documents in a propriate format. Bust there must be another
> solution via another format type? So is there any possiblility saving /
> export a Document from Quark in any format so that Scribus is able
> working with it? As I understand Scribus can import .eps, fut then I can
> not make any changings like text etc. Or is there any Program working
> with Linux that can exchange data to non-linux standard application (and
> still able modulating these docs)? Alternatively is there any program on
> Linux that is able modulating pdf's? So at least I would be able to make
> some text-changings in a pdf-file.
> Reason: I do not want to pay every week for an agency just mecause I
> need some little text-changings in my flyer. I use SuSe Linux 9.3

I'm not exactly sure where the issue is? You say you use Suse... or are you 
just moving to Linux?

KWord can import PDFs to some extent but not the formatting of the whole 
document. Scribus can not *yet* edit PDFs.

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