Many of us have never use QuarkXpress or haven't used it in many years. If you could do a better job of explaining what you need, you'll stand a better chance of getting help.
That said, you cannot set a color to overprint but you can create an object style that you could apply to any object needing overprint.
BTW, the proper term is Pantone. PMS was done away with about decade ago for very obvious reasons.
As I'm recalling (it's been forever since I've had to use QuarkXPress), XPress can set a color (not an object) to overprint. That is not possible in InDesign.
As Bob said, create an Object style that takes the Pantone color swatch you want to overprint and applies that color with Overprint Fill or Overprint Stroke turned on. Set all other attributes in the Object style to ignore.
Thanks, but I already know the workaround. I guess that I should, and all people wishing the same feature in InDesign, write a wish list and include that aspect.
Thanks for your reply. I already know the workarounds, but was wondering if someone out there would know of a script or a plug-in that would allow us to do it. I guess that I should, and all people wishing the same feature in InDesign also should, write a wish list and include that aspect.
It's not a workaround, that's how you do it in InDesign.
Quark has it's way and InDesign has it's way.
Although it's a good idea for a feature
Thank you so very much. I downloaded it and will try it. Do you know of a script that would allow to find/change in all a document at once?