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Having produced a monthly local magazine for 7 years and having used Affinity Publisher for the last 2 years to produce it (previously I used In Design), I am handing over to someone who uses QuarkXpress. Does anyone know if there is a good way I can export my  files to help my successor, or of some conversion software. In spite of being the first DTP I ever used back in the late 80's untiI I swopped to InDesign about 20 years ago, I'm afraid I know nothing about the modern QuarXpress, so any help would be welcome.

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Oh yeah. If you have a reasonably current version of the InDesign .idml, QXP can also open it.

The combination of it and the pdf might be a quicker means of rebuilding the publication. 

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