Opening CS4 Indesign files in CS2


I have Indesign CS4 on a Mac and need to be able to have someone open the images on CS2. I have seen the method where you export it to an INX on CS4 then export it again from CS3 to another INX that will then open in CS2. The problem is I do not have CS3 on either machine.

Any help appreciated.
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Have you tried the export from CS4 in the .inx format? Even though this is meant for CS3 it does often work with CS2 but it isn't 100% reliable.  Obviously this is far from ideal if you don't have access to CS2 to test before you send to a customer to make sure it opens OK but there are no other convertors :(
☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
It's worth retaining this as a PAQ as there are no reliable conversions for this issue.

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durgeAuthor Commented:
Not the solution I wanted but looks like the best available advise.

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