1. Using symbols like "/" in the filename 2. Or doing what I was doing which was trying to save the file in an (accidentally) locked folder. To fix this - right click on the folder and get info - open up sharing and permissions and make sure that your username has full read write access. I also clicked on the settings cog button and applied this setting to everything in the contents of the folder. The folder had somehow corrupted during a network transfer and this is what was making inDesign not play ball.
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I receive the same error, but only when opening or saving a file while a removable drive is attached to the computer (typically my camera's CF card). Naturally this is annoying when processing new photos. I don't have a solution to the underlying problem, but I do have a workaround for the annoying pop-up message. It involves using Windows Registry Editor, so use at your own risk.
1. Start Button -> Run 2. Type "regedit" without the quotes 3. Proceed through the following entries (double-click each name: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SYSTEM -> CurrentControlSet -> Control -> Windows 4. Locate "ErrorMode" and double-click 5. Change the entry for "Value Data" from 0 to 2 6. Change the entry for "Base" from Hexadecimal to Decimal 7. Click "OK" 8. Press F5 to refresh the Registry Editor 9. Close all windows and restart your computer
Again, this will stop the pop-up messages warning you that there's no disk, but it doesn't solve the underlying problem. If you're comfortable that there's nothing actually wrong with your computer (I am) this will at least make GIMP usable again. Thanks to jamuma on answers.microsoft.com for the original idea.
I don't know what version you're using but the error is regarding the fact that the program can't open the file because it's to old or a newer version unsupported.
Try downloading the latest version: HERE open the file you're having problems with and save the file type to the version you're using. v8 or v7 I presume ?
If all else fails, you could always give inDesign a bash. They also have a version you can trial for a few days.
Hi, sorry you are having problems,
Well, here is what error -37 is:
Code: error -37bdNamErr
Description:Bad file name (File System Error)
Basically, it is saying you cannot save a file by that name in that place....
Did you try saving it elsewhere on your Mac, like on the desktop ?
Just a side note, Apple stopped development on AppleWorks some time ago ( 3 years ) in favour of iWork. I highly recommend getting the newest version of iWork 09, it's compatible with all your Works documents and is really built for MacOS X 10.5, Leopard.
What do you mean whe you say “ Before I reimaged the machine ..” ?
Have you searched for updates to InDesign? Have you looked at Adobe's Knowledge Base? I imagine that the typeface isn't supported by Adobe, but you may be able to get one that is, from Adobe: CLICK HERE.