indesign file corrupted

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Apr 26, 2020

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Hi there, 

My indesign file has just corrupted with error code 6 and now It will not open again.

This assignment is due tomorrow and it is 50 hours of work. I have tried deleteing the recovery files in the cache but It hasn't worked. 

Can anyone let me know how to fix it or recover an older version of it

 

I have uploaded the file to dropbox here 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/2a4vljm84ydb6ll/Manukau%20slides.indd?dl=0

 

Thank you

 

-Ciaran

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ciarano82819906 New Here , Apr 26, 2020
Ok, I managed to make the corrupted file open after deleteing the recovery files and then saved it as a Markup document and it has opened to the last saved version so that it good!Thanks!

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Apr 26, 2020

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Ok, I managed to make the corrupted file open after deleteing the recovery files and then saved it as a Markup document and it has opened to the last saved version so that it good!

Thanks!

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how can i delete the recovery files ?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 23, 2020

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Hi Faisal,

what's your operating system?

 

On Windows 10 the default for the cache files for eg. InDesign 2020 version 15.1.1 is:

USERNAME > AppData > Local > Adobe > InDesign > Version 15.0

 

Quit InDesign, delete the whole folder and restart InDesign.

When in doubt zip the Version 15.0 folder before you remove it.

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

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