Urgent! Some one with Mac, and Quark,
Thread poster: Clarisa Moraña

Clarisa Moraña  Identity Verified
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Mar 21, 2003

Hi, everybody



I-ve been given a Quark file *well, supposedly it-s a Quark one, compressed using stuffit (a Mac software).

I downloaded a stuffit Demo, uncompressed the Quark file in my PC, but the extensions are wrong, (or perhaps my Quark 4 is too old).

Any suggestion to extract the text within the Mac Quark file?

I-ve a ftp site, and the file can be see there.

Can someone help me?



Thank you very much!

Clarisa Moraña


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Clarisa Moraña  Identity Verified
Argentina
Local time: 12:10
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solved problem! Mar 21, 2003

I managed to solve my extension problem!



I just changed the extension name to .qxt, and I could open the file.



Thank you any way!



Clarisa


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