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Conversion of Publisher data to InDesign
I am currently looking for a cost-effective and trusted way to easily and reliably migrate Publisher to InDesign. Possible proposals for the conversion of these data would be much valued. One cheaper but more expensive way is to make a single Adobe Illistrator file and copy and past it into Indesign.
Or, work on the document in Illustrator and place it in the ID if necessary. Rebuild the design in InDesign. Have you any clue how much work it costs to create custom applications to turn a Publisher sized feature list into an InDesign sized feature list that overlaps but is not exactly the same?
This would require some $200 to be sold in a very restricted commercial environment to amortize the costs of creating such music! And if this program converts the Publisher files to InDesign and you save three to four to four time to create a complete new copy of a copy of a document using edit and paste, then $200 isn't a high rate to be paid!
Again, it all hinges on how much you value your own experience and what else you could do with wasting your own experience in a data recovery work. RIZKYAZ -- Apart from the other statements (by P Spier and Dov Isaacs), why $200 is just and sensible. You assume that the creator has the publisher.
Many of us don't because it's so seldom needed, but once a month we get a publisher from a customer..... or the customer's customer. I' ve got a surly trend to give publisher data back to the customer. Filepec is almost the equal of low level cryptography and is despised by printing service providers.
It is also possible to lock away the content of a publisher's data in the Federal Archives. A $200 award label I see as an important point of investments, might very well be reasonable if you need too much it - i.e. in an institution and publisher is the prescribed utilization of my managment, and you are the impoverished juice really printably accountable for making well-meaning, but unprofessional preparatory documentation. or getting a bundle of changes and corrections - after you have got the record.
However, most of the publisher archives that come to my desktop are basically in the section "If you want to help, don't help! Since Markzware has set up the plug-in and if you are working with a whole series of tasties - it could be almost convenient - even inexpensive to get just a copy of the publisher (heresy!) just to extract text and pictures!