I'm using Quark Xpress 6.0 and I have created some artwork in adobe illustrator cs3. It is my company logo (a ruler with measurements on it). The logo was originally designed as a letterhead, and fits a4 sheet of paper horizontally. Now I would like to rotate it 90 degrees and I do not want to shrink it down. I only want to use the beginning part of the ruler, so it remains in scale (1mm is 1mm on the ruler so it looks pretty cool that way). What I have been doing is importing it as a tiff file type. However I am getting poor clarity/resolution. Previously I did get a good result but cannot remember how and lost the file. Any help please? Also another question; How can you 'justify' (equally space different objects) on a page horizontally or vertically. I know there is an option to centre on page from applescript menu on quark but surely seeing as though quark is the ultimate layout programme surely it can justify different objects?