GridTemplate name.qxd cannot be found
Consequences : When Q++ scans a GridTemplate, it saves a copy of it in the Templates database. So, from Q++'s viewpoint the existence of the original file on disk is irrelevant. It is a warning for you, the user, that a file may have been accidentally deleted.
Note: This message is an error, if at the same time, the previously scanned file is of a different version of QuarkXPress as that currently used by Q++.
•Update original GridTemplate's Path : Opens the Find File dialog which lets Q++ automatically search for the file name.qxd in another location, or even with a different name.
•Let Q++ update all missing Quark files in this Script (recommended) : When you select this solution, Q++ goes through every QxdPages and DiaryGridLine of the current script and tries to update any missing QuarkXPress files. If it finds one match only, it uses it. If it finds more than one it does nothing. By default, this search beggins in the directories you have selected in the Preferences. Note that this functionality can also be accessed from the SCRIPTS menu.