Brandin <Brandina.tiltonracing> wrote:
My guess is that you are right.> I am doing some work for another firm who uses InDesign 2.0 and they
> need to open my CS2 files. I am aware of the INX format through Export
> (can be opened in CS1), but is there any way to convert it to be
> openable by 2.0? Is there a way of opening it in CS1 and exporting that
> as a 2.0 doent? I know 2.0 is pretty freakin' old but I have no
> control over that. I have the feeling that I may have to send them
> uneditable PDF's.
Well, as far as I know there is no real exchange format between InDesign>
> *Note: I didn't use any special CS2-specific features like object
> styles or custom rules. That may or may not make the difference on
> whether this can opened by 2.0 or not.
2.0 and InDesign CS2 (or InDesignCS), even if already in InDesign CS
there was the Exchange format allegedly for InDesign 2.0 ("INX").
Additionally, you needed the free tools "Scripting" and "XML Reader"
from the Adobe web site for InDesign 2.0. This combination, however,
never really worked for opening exported InDesign CS files with InDesign
2.0, if I am not mistaken.
I am sorry for not being able to give you a better answer!> Thanks for your input!
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