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Exporting a PDF of a page that contains an inline object/anchored object from within InDesign crashes InDesign. Any ideas how to solve this?...

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    Default Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    Exporting a PDF of a page that contains an inline object/anchored object from within InDesign crashes InDesign.

    Any ideas how to solve this?
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    Sherman_R@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    Have you asked in the ID forum? Exporting from ID doesn't require Acrobat.
    graffiti Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    I wouldn't export a pdf, I would print a postscript and distill it. That might fix the problem.
    Christina_Chappell@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    That might fix it yes but, there shouldn't be a problem with the InDesign export function at all.
    graffiti Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    Exporting from InDesign works great, and graffiti is right: You should ask this on the InDesign forum. It doesn't have anything to do with Acrobat.
    Steve_Werner@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    Thanks for the feedback.

    I actually found the bug: The inline object wasn't the problem. I was forcing it to the end of the text line with the Shift-Tab shortcut, and that was what was causing the crash. When I used a proper tab it worked.

    If you know if anyone else has had this problem, they might like to know, as might Adobe.
    Sherman_R@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    All of the pdfs we have printing problems with were created using PDF Library which is exporting. Printing ps and distilling fixes it every time.
    Christina_Chappell@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    That's good advice.

    I tried that, and it does work. At former companies I've worked with that was the standard workflow.

    I wanted to export from InDesign here because of a set of presets that are used here, that I have not had time to switch to the .ps workflow.

    Thinking of that, there are a whole series of advantages to the .ps workflow, including some AppleScripts that are easier to work with .ps files.

    Thanks again.
    Sherman_R@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Exporting PDF crashes InDesign

    Why not just use the PDF/X export options from InDesign?

    That will make your PDF's compliant with an international standard that is accepted and supported by EVERY MAJOR PUBLISHER in the world...

    Leonard
    Leonard_Rosenthol@adobeforums.com Guest

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