My macbook may be taking a boot and I may have to go back to my old computer with my original CS software. Do I save the file as a INX or IDML to open it in Indesign CS? Im converting all my current jobs that aren't done in case I need to use the old computer.
ps said you have to save down to CS 3 and have that on a drive, open and save as CS2 then do the same to CS1. Doesn't sound right.
Exporting to .INX is the way to save back. However, ID is only tested to save one version back (ie. ID CS4 to CS3). I don't know if the .INX file you export from CS4 will actually open up in CS or not.
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Well I couldn't open My .INX file CS one.
"ps said you have to save down to CS 3 and have that on a drive, open and save as CS2 then do the same to CS1. Doesn't sound right."
This is exactly what you have to do.
ID CS versions (inx) files will only open one version down.
On this topic: Am going to order InDesign CS4 upgrade. (CS2 is making some wonky problems in 10.6)
Will CS4 open CS2 files? Don't have CS3.
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