“InDesign CS4: 10 Tips for Troubleshooting Files” is a great new series of InDesign tips from Anne-Marie Concepción. These InDesign tips are shared in conjunction with Lynda.com, a great place to get online training material about graphic design and Adobe InDesign.
InDesign tips are excellent as a troubleshooting aid and will save you a lot of headaches when working with a corrupt InDesign file. Here is an overview of the 10-part video series:
The Ten Things
|1. Rebuilding preferences||8:39||11.3 MB|
|2. Deleting a crashing recovery file||2:42||4.3 MB|
|3. Discovering a document’s history||4:06||7.5 MB|
|4. Round-tripping to INX and IDML||6:05||9.1 MB|
|5. Moving pages to a fresh file||5:56||8.6 MB|
|6. Finding corrupt images||5:27||11.2 MB|
|7. Testing for corrupt fonts||9:09||10.2 MB|
|8. Disabling third-party plug-ins||3:51||5.2 MB|
|9. Testing in a new user account||9:33||9.5 MB|
|10. Reinstalling InDesign||4:12||3.6 MB|
To view these, head over to Lynda.com here:
Please note that only #2 and #8 are free; you have to subscribe to view the rest.
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