InDesign Troubleshooting and Repair

May 14, 2009 - 1:00am ||| 0 Comments | Add new

This is coming up quickly, so I wanted to lead off with this news.

InDesign Troubleshooting and Repair
A one-hour webinar
May 21, 2009 10:00a ˆ 11:00a PST
Register: http://idrepair.eventbrite.com/
*Early bird pricing ends midnight Friday, May 15*

If you work with InDesign files a lot, you have probably encountered the occasional problem child file — the layout that won't print past page 12, or the swatch that won't delete, even though it's not being used. Of course, you can count on this happening right when the deadline's looming.

Or sometimes the program itself goes buggy. I remember one harrowing afternoon where every time I expanded the Links panel, the program would unexpectedly quit! And rebuilding InDesign's preferences — the generic penicillin of InDesign fixes — had no effect.

I was able to extricate myself out of that situation (and many more sent to me by my clients over the years) through a simple, step-by-step series of troubleshooting tests and fixes … without having to reinstall InDesign itself.

That's what I'll be covering in my one-hour webinar, InDesign Troubleshooting and Repair, which is next week (yikes! how time flies). All you need is a browser to attend, and since the audio will be VOIP (over your computer speakers) you don't even need to make a phone call. In the live Q&A at the end, I can answer questions you type into the Chat window, or if you have a mic, you can just ask it directly.

You can learn more about the webinar at its registration page: http://idrepair.eventbrite.com/. The fee is $39.00 per connection, but if you register by Friday 5/15 at midnight, you can get the early bird rate of $29.00.

Even if you can't make the live webinar, your registration grants you access to the recording of the webinar afterwards, and the handout I'll be providing all attendees. Hope to see you there!

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