Error in Exporting PDF in larger Documnet In InDesign 2022

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Dec 22, 2021 Dec 22, 2021

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Please help me with this. I am working on a urgent task but not able to convert my document in PDF.

I have tried many solutions which are given on internet weather downsampling image or IDML conversion....etc. but did not work...

 

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Community Beginner , Dec 22, 2021 Dec 22, 2021

It's not working. I think I have to change the settings from this.Screenshot (3).png

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Dec 22, 2021 Dec 22, 2021

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Try exporting just one half of the document. If that works, export the other half.

 

Keep doing this until you find the page with the problem.

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It's not working. I think I have to change the settings from this.Screenshot (3).png

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Do you necessarily have to export a print pdf? Otherwise export it as an interactive pdf... and what error message exactly is displayed in the window? When you open the dialogue at the arrow....?

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Try disabling background processing and try it.

https://creativepro.com/a-new-workaround-for-that-pesky-background-export-issue/

 

If you want to package the document, put it in the Creative Cloud folder (wait for it to upload), and share the link with me (message me to keep it private), I'll try it on my end.

David Creamer
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Hi Surbhi5E85,

what happens if you export to PDF/X-4 with no color conversion and no downsampling of images?

For this just restart your machine before, make sure that no other apps are running concurrently with InDesign.

 

Second thing you can try additionally:

Do not use the background task process for writing the PDF.

To do that use the export function with an InDesign book file.

Create a book file, load your document to the book file and export with the book's menu command.

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

( ACP )

 

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