Hello - have used InDesign for a while but still learning all the bells and whistles. I am trying to package a file to send to my printer but I keep getting the message (that I have attached). I have looked under the HELP menu to follow instructions to correct the problem. Prelight says I have no errors. When I try to fix the links - the fix option is grayed out. I can't figure out how to package my file so I can send it off. Please help with suggestions. Thank you!
Waht makes you think the problem is with links? Did y9ou try exporting, as the message suggested, to see the warnings that were generated? My guess is that the warnings are for color profiles, are quite common when you use a color space that differs from that baked into the preset, and are not serious, let alone fatal.
Try saving as IDML, opening that file, and resaving aas INDD. Then see if that new file generates the same error. Also try exporting as PDF. If the error persists try exporting parts of hte document until you can identify which page is causing the error. Then start deleing items on the page until you no longer get the error. You might need to re-import the problem image in anopther format or recreate an object some other way.
Thank you! I will give that a try!
Have you explored the option of just sending a PDF to the printer? Any particular reason you need to package the whole project?