4. Round-tripping to INX and IDML


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4. Round-tripping to INX and IDML

Here is another really great troubleshooting technique for InDesign files and it's especially good when you have narrowed down the problem to one bad boy, one problem child file. Your other files are working fine in InDesign but there is something glitchy with one particular file. Now for example, let's take a look at this file and I have found a glitchy file for you to play with. It's inside your Exercise Files for the fourth chapter. It's called FlyingMachine. Now here is the glitch. If you open up the Swatches panel, you will see it just uses black and two Pantone colors but notice the problem is that one is coated, one is uncoated. They are the same thing.

So normally you would want to get rid of one of these. So I'm going to the Swatches panel menu, choosing Select All Unused and yes, 282 U is not used, so I want to delete it but it won't let me delete it. Now why won't it let me delete it? I mean that color is not used anywhere in this document and ...

4. Round-tripping to INX and IDML
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4. Round-tripping to INX and IDML provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the InDesign: 10 Tips for Troubleshooting Files

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