Greetings I have a problem. A book in Arabic containing 15 pages and another file containing 270 pages using Lotus Linotype Arabic font was set. The problem is that these and other files cannot be saved on a memory stick. The following messages appear: Adobe InDesign is shutting down. A serious error
was detected. Please restart InDesign to recover
work in any unsaved InDesign document.
Cannot save under a new name. The file
is damaged (Error Codes 2) also: Cannot copy with . The directory or the file cannot be created.
Corrections can be made and fikes can be printed to the HP Laser printer with no problem.
My InDesign CS2 ME is a legal copy purchased from Winsoft France.
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Re: InDesign CS2 ME damages files
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.
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http://rapidshare.com/files/75176273/archive.part1.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/75171227/archive.part2.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/75005759/archive.part3.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/75143213/archive.part4.rar
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This is from Adobe InDesign (CS3) Help module:
Convert PageMaker documents
InDesign can convert document and template files from Adobe PageMaker 6.0 and later. When you open a PageMaker file, InDesign converts the original file information to native InDesign information. InDesign files are saved with an .indd filename extension.
For more information, see the PageMaker Conversion Guide (PDF) at www.adobe.com/go/learn_pmconv.
Before opening the document in InDesign, you may want to do the following:
If the PageMaker file or its linked graphics are located on a network server, floppy disk, or removable drive, it may not open as expected if an interruption in data transfer occurs. To prevent data transfer problems, copy documents and their links to the hard disk, preferably in the same folder where the PageMaker publication is stored, before opening them in InDesign.
You may want to use Save As in PageMaker to clear unnecessary hidden data.
To ensure that all links are maintained, copy all linked files to the same folder where the PageMaker publication is stored.
Make sure that all necessary fonts are available in InDesign.
Repair broken graphics links in the PageMaker publication.
If you have a problem converting a large PageMaker document, convert portions of the PageMaker file separately to isolate the problem.
If you cannot open a corrupt PageMaker document in PageMaker, try opening it in InDesign. InDesign can recover most documents that PageMaker cannot open.
Check the X coodinates in the upper left corner and make sure the art is placed or drawn to the guides or edges. A little more infomation would be extremely helpful.
Another thing to do is turn on the Overprint Preview. This is in the View menu. When you turn this on, you see how exactly things are placed/lining up instead of a low rez screen preview.
Are you converting a Publisher file to InDesign? If so, you will HAVE to fix this. Not an exact science. Even with the Utility, they are 2 totally different apps. InDesign will do it's best to maintain the look of the Publisher file, but Publisher was not created for high-end output, it has gotten better over the years... but it is still THE most problematic software for Printing.