Hi, Lynette -
Are you just sending it foor viewing, or are you sending a file that
the recipient needs to use as a Quark file? If it's just for viewing,
save the Quark file as an eps (pull down the File menu); in the dialog
box, check "binary". then open this eps in Photoshop as an RGB and
resave as a jpeg. I've been able to send graphics this way with no
problems; but as I said, it's just for viewing.
Gail W. Guth
Guth Illustration & Design
139 Lathrop Avenue
Battle Creek, MI 49014-5076
616/963-1311 FAX: 616/969-0652
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