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Indesign CS2 corrupted file

Indesign CS2 corrupted file

Indesign CS2 corrupted file


I have a file created in ID CS2. by trying to open it I get a message that it's corrupted and then ID closes down. I tried to open that file with IS CS4 as well - the same problem.

I would appreciate any help!

Thank you.


RE: Indesign CS2 corrupted file

Thank you Eugene - will do!

RE: Indesign CS2 corrupted file

The only problem is I can not shell out $500 for the conversion tool - for one file. sad(
I already saw this solution.
Thank you anyway!

RE: Indesign CS2 corrupted file

Why don't you use the back up of the file?

RE: Indesign CS2 corrupted file

Juro, if you follow my blog you will get a contact address for me.

Please send me the file and i'll attempt to recover it for you. I haven't shelled out the money for those programs either, i've never had to.


RE: Indesign CS2 corrupted file

Thank you Eugene,

I already sent the file to you.

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