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Importing Vector Images with Transparent Backgrounds into InDesign cs6 - Adobe Indesign Windows

I have been going crazy attempting to import vector images with transparent backgrounds from illustrator into indesign. I was able to do it with cs5 (it was as easy as cut and paste or drag and drop) but with cs6 I keep getting "eps import:undefined error" I have searched online and checked all of my file handling and import options in both programs...and still get the error. I am about to do a reinstall...but figured I would check on here first. Thanks...

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    I have been going crazy attempting to import vector images with transparent backgrounds from illustrator into indesign. I was able to do it with cs5 (it was as easy as cut and paste or drag and drop) but with cs6 I keep getting "eps import:undefined error" I have searched online and checked all of my file handling and import options in both programs...and still get the error. I am about to do a reinstall...but figured I would check on here first.

    Thanks
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