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How to remove graphic's link in InDesign CS4?

How to remove graphic's link in InDesign CS4?

How to remove graphic's link in InDesign CS4?

This should be incredibly simple (as it was before InDesign CS4), but I can not find a simple/quick way to remove a link for graphic images that I have removed.

In prior versions of InDesign a simple click in the Links palette allowed you to remove links.

I have read and read (in the Adobe InDesign CS4 Help PDF), and searched and searched, but I can not find any simple way to remove them from the Links palette.

I just started using CS4 (my friend just purchased CS5 so... ) and I find it hard to believe that Adobe would be so stupid as to make it this difficult to remove links and then not even make it incredibly clear and easy to find the new way to remove them.

Thanks in advance for your response.


RE: How to remove graphic's link in InDesign CS4?

...removing a linked (or embedded) image from your artwork automatically removes it from the links palette...

...can you be sure it's Adobe and not your computer environment causing an issue here?




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