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failed due to quicktime error keeps poping up which I try and import a swf why

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I am trying to import a swf file into indesign and it comes up with that message - should I look into adobe acrobat to do do it, or can someone help me with this problem

I installed the newest quicktime version and at current time do not have acrobat installed on my computer.
Why is this happening to me !
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First try just 'Placing' it as a link rather than embedding the file.
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