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Adobe InDesign text and graphic elements moving on their own

Adobe InDesign text and graphic elements moving on their own

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This year I updated from CS6 to CC 2015. This is my 4th year creating catalogs at this particular job. I am using Adobe InDesign (CC 2015) and I am creating a 200+ page catalog. I have all the pages assembled as facing pages and I am using the “book” option. I have all the images and text boxes in the right place and all my pages are corrected and saved. I had to restart my computer due to a system glitch. Once I restarted and opened up InDesign, I re-opened the book I was working on. Now, every page is messed up. On the left hand pages, several (not all) text boxes and graphics shifted toward the right, aligning themselves to the page border. On the right hand pages, several (not all) text boxes and graphics shifted toward the left, aligning themselves to the page border. So as an overview, some of the text boxes and graphics from both facing pages now suddenly moved to the spline area between the facing pages. Now, I have to go back and fix 200+ page and manually move each element. Have any of you see this before? Any thoughts?

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