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Images corrupting when exporting.

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Oct 24, 2023 Oct 24, 2023

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I have a jpeg placed about 20 different times thriught my package and only on 3 specific slides is the image exporting as corrupted. I dont know what the issue is because all of the instances are linked to the same file/location etc. I have even tried reexporting the jpeg from photoshop and placing the new linked jpeg nd it still corrupts.

 

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Oct 24, 2023 Oct 24, 2023

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Sometimes, frames can be corrupted. Did you try to import these 3 occurrences in new frames?

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It sounds like there may be some actual corruption in the file itself. Try exporting the file as an IDML (File>Export>InDesign Markup (IDML)). Then try opening that file in your current version of InDesign. This process can remove corruption from a file. Also, you might want to try creating a new InDesign file and placing the same image 20 different times to see if the problem reoccurs. That way you'll know for certain whether the problem is isolated to just one file or not.

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