Why did you decide on Multichannel?
A grayscale image with a Spot Channel should work just fine.
Have you tried importing psds?
Thank you for taking the time to reply. A call from the printer informed me that my spot channel did not show up during separations. I have no idea why. I ended up having to do a work-around and begin with a CMYK file; delete the C & Y channels and use the M channel for my spot color and the K channel for the grayscale image. That worked fine but I know it should not have to be done that way. I just can't seem to create a file with two spot colors from the beginning. As far as I know QuarkXpress will not import "psds" into a layout that will separate properly. I need to have a lesson from an expert about multichannel files and how they separate properly. Thanks again for your input. Jeff
It's been a long while since I used Quark. But +1 for using a cmyk image with a Spot ink channel instead of Multichannel. (Make a new CMYK doc, copy your Greyscale image into the K channel, your PMS channel into a new Dedicated Spot channel and save as DCS2). DCS2 has a horrible preview mode but should print perfectly.