Problems cleaning InDesign CS2 files in Tag Editor 7.5
Thread poster: Maria Emilia Gonzalez Saua

Maria Emilia Gonzalez Saua
Argentina
Local time: 16:00
English to Spanish
Jul 28, 2006

I have been working in a file created in InDesign CS2. Apparently, the only Trados that admits this version of InDesign is Trados 7.1 onwards. I finally managed to work on Trados 7.5 and finished the text without a problem.
But, when I tried to cleanup the file, I got an error saying: "File not found or not in InDesing CS2 format"
I've been trying to find a solution, but have not had luck. And I have to deliver the files in 2 hours. Does anyone know what I can do?????


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tectranslate ITS GmbH
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It's documented in the SDL Knowledge Base Jul 28, 2006

Hello Maria,

here's why you get the error message and what you can do about it:

http://sdl.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/sdl.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=1789

HTH,
Benjamin


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Maria Emilia Gonzalez Saua
Argentina
Local time: 16:00
English to Spanish
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Thanks a lot Jul 28, 2006

I have sent all the information to my agency so that the clean the files, since I do not have the original .INX file. I really appreciate your help.

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