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Font Capture: InDesign.exe - Corrupt File

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When opening CS3 InDesign I get an error that says Font Capture: InDesign.exe - Corrupt File.
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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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Hi Sindyb713,

InDesign is corrupt.  Try the following:

1) Reinstall it over the existing installation.

2) If #1 fails, uninstall and reinstall

3) If #2 fails, you will need to uninstall and use cs3clean from Adobe to really remove it from your system.
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