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Introduction to the Q++Studio Documentation

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The Q++Studio documentation is made up of the following major sections:



This section presents Q++Studio and its environment and user interface. The topic what's new? lists the new features, improved features and bug fixed on an ongoing basis.


This section, consisting of the chapters on scripts, script lines and script line properties, which present scripts and their components, as they are used to define all the properties of a diary in Q++Studio.

Diary Templates

This section regroups the information needed to create diary grids in QuarkXPress or InDesign, and then import these into Q++Studio.


This section covers all the different types of data that are managed and used by Q++Studio: tokens (variable elements), languages, holidays, slogans, and astronomical data (Moon, Sun, ...).

Advanced Options

This section covers the 2 advanced options used for total customization of diaries: SARAs and Macros.

Tools and


Covers the various tools and utilities included in Q++Studio: user tools, technical support module, help tools and administration.

Messages and Appendices

These chapters cover a lot of varied reference material that is either usually accessed directly by Q++Studio's contextual help (design-time messages, run-time messages, other messages) or reference material which is not directly needed for Q++Studio, but can be of interest and use (QuarkXPress Glossary).


Browsing topics sequentially


The topics navigator to the left of the eDoc and WebHelp versions of this documentation is also a good way to view the current topic in context of the entire help file. Finally, many topics can be read sequentially, like a book. Use the next topic and previous topic arrows in the header of each chapter to move to the previous/next topic.


Accessing the latest version of the documentation


The online version of the Q++Studio documentation, which is accessible at, allows you to always see the most recent version of the Q++Studio documentation.


Topic 107019, last updated on 23-Jul-2021