Fix Bad InDesign Files!

Markzware can help fix bad InDesign files:

Bad InDesign files or corrupt InDesign files are becoming more and more a fact of life. (Thankfully, it’s far less than QuarkXPress had in earlier days, but still enough to be a headache. It is especially troublesome when you do not have a back-up. It’s even worse when a month’s worth of work relies on how to recover InDesign from font problems.

Whether InDesign crashes on open or gives you a worrisome InDesign error message (like the “InDesign.exe has encountered a problem” message below), the effect is the same – HELP ME!

InDesign.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close.
“InDesign.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry for the inconvenience. If you were in the middle of something,
the information you were working on might be lost.”

Fix Bad InDesign Files!
Markzware is well known for its MarkzTools Quark XTension and for its InDesign conversion tools, such as the ever-popular Quark to InDesign plugin, Q2ID. Markzware has a way to fix bad InDesign or to open InDesign, when you have a problem with an InDesign file. The Markzware File Recovery Service is $99 (no cure-no pay). We can attempt to fix InDesign CS documents, should you have a flaky file.

If your InDesign file is less than 15MB, just email to with the InDesign file. If your file is larger than 15MB, just email to for our FTP details. We would like to see your strange InDesign files for our R&D, whether it contains an InDesign problem with fonts or other issues.

The way Markzware can recover InDesign documents from an Adobe InDesign crash is quite amazing. We have a very high percentage of success (perhaps, using QuarkXPress and ID2Q during the process). Check it out in this video on how to convert InDesign:

Fix bad InDesign files with the Markzware File Recovery Service. Let Markzware recover InDesign for you. For more information on InDesign-compatible software, see the Markzware Products page.

Fix Bad InDesign Files!

Title: Fix Bad InDesign Files!
Published on: November 18, 2008
David Dilling

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