6. Finding corrupt images


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6. Finding corrupt images

One of the most frustrating problems I think to have going on with an InDesign document is when you suspect that an image is corrupt or an image is at fault for the document misbehaving. Because there's really no obvious way to tell which image is the problem. But I'll show you what I have learned as far as having to troubleshoot a document and get it down to the one particular image or class of images, because this definitely has happened to me and to a lot of my clients in the past. I think that probably you might want to start out by assuming it's an image problem if the problem occurs when you are trying to get some output. When you are printing or exporting to PDF, if it seems to go along fine and then suddenly halfway through the document it will unexpectedly quit, then probably it's that the document has gotten up to page 4 or 5, encountered an issue with one of the original images and just can't go on. So it pays to pay attention to the Print dialog box or ...

6. Finding corrupt images
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6. Finding corrupt images 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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Design
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