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imported images not showing up

imported images not showing up

imported images not showing up

I'm working on a doc (blog header) that incorporates text and images.

Problem: I have the text set, but when I try to import the jpegs (into predesignated graphic frames), no image appears. The Pages palette shows only one page (A), and it is selected. I'm sure there's some simple explanation for this anomaly, but I've combed five after-market manuals and googled without any success.

I'm working on a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.6.8 and using InDesign CS2. If you need further particulars, please ask and I'll gladly provide them! I'm a n00b to ID, so please be gentle.

Thanks for the help,


RE: imported images not showing up

UPDATE: Since posting, I discovered my error--my image files were WAY too big! That problem was easily remedied and all seems to be fine now. Yes, it is time for me to bite the bullet and upgrade...


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