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Thread poster: duraid
duraid
Australia
Local time: 08:28
Arabic to English
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Jun 22, 2006

Salam:
I use Indesign CS Middle East version. Recently I received a file that was created using Indesign CS2 but couldn’t open it. I searched the web for a similar case and found that most answers confirm that CS can’t handle files created by CS2 . So have you faced such problem and is it true that the only solution is that I upgrade my software to CS2?
Is there any other software that solve the problem?

Regards

[Edited at 2006-06-22 15:02]


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Hikmat Faraj  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 18:28
English to Arabic
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An alternative to upgrading to CS2 Jul 17, 2006

This post may be too late. Did you try to ask your client to save the file an Indesign compatible with a lower version, like yours?

Hikmat


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