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InDesign 2.0.2 crashes changing color swatches - spot to process

Posted on 2004-10-29
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InDesign v. 2.0.2 installed with Windows 2000 (current SP level) starts behaving strangely and won't save, but can use 'save as'; but sometimes crashes after color swatches - spot to process - palette functions.  Checked Adobe site, found a patch for 2.0.2 and more here:
http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/326416.html

More to explore, but curious if you can help here to make the process quicker.

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":0) Asta
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    This is a complex 18 page package; recovered all but 2 which appear to be toast.  Any ideas how to recover a corrupted InDesign file?
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    This company can recover it for you
    http://www.e-tech.ca/006-passw_recovery.asp#uploadform

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    Thanks, Ash.
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