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Indesign Crashes when trying to Export to ePub with file containing Endnotes

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Jan 08, 2024 Jan 08, 2024

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Indesign 19.0.1 | Windows 10

Potential export to ePub bug

Tried all different way to export file to ePub which included endnotes and always crashed (Indesign Not Responding indefinately). I could Export as long as I didn't include Endnotes (by way of adding every thing to Articles panel, but unchecking the Endnotes text area)

 

I could suscessfully export with the following solution:

  • Saved my doc as a new Indesign doc (Like myfilename_Footnotes)
  • Converted all the Endnotes to Footnotes (Menu: Type > Convert Footnotes and Endnotes).
  • Don't worry about overtext, beacuse it'll still export
  • Now exported as ePub, and checked (under Text) Footnotes placement either "in Pop-up", or "End of Section"

 

 

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"Air ducts End Notes. Why is it always air ducts end notes?" — Tawny Madison

 

Harry Newton's First Law of Telecommunications EPUB: "It's the cable end notes."

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"Air ducts End Notes. Why is it always air ducts end notes?" — Tawny Madison

 

Harry Newton's First Law of Telecommunications EPUB: "It's the cable end notes."


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