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But we'll upgrade to CS3 soon :) Posted by: Bas | April 5, 2007 07:23 AM My problem was even more bizarre, because the grouped elements were not even spanning across Lots of overlaps and couldn't change it. I actually just opened Disk Utility (I'm on a Mac) and checked my HD. I did, however, solve the problem by packaging the project. http://blackplanetsupport.com/failed-to/failed-to-export-task-sequence-to-xml.html

Next, try reducing your page count and re-check. Re: InDesign CS5.5 Fails to export to PDF Eugene Tyson Sep 25, 2012 9:07 AM (in response to jackc57) Try resetting your preferenceshttp://forums.adobe.com/thread/526990?start=0&tstart=0 Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 4. now it's perfect every time. Also someone "relinked" all their files and the problem went away.

If the problem exists on many pages it may be a font or repeated graphic element. Posted by: Alma | March 19, 2008 05:45 PM A SOLUTION! If you want to check that you're using all the recommended InDesign settings for export, there's an excellent step-by-step guide called "Configuring applications" with screenshots of all the dialog box settings When I increased it to downsample to 600dpi for images over 1500dpi, it worked.

Posted by: Roxane | April 15, 2005 04:56 PM Try this one: I had a master page element jumping from a facing page over to the other side (even though the What a vague error message to have pop up at such a critical time!! Use print quality settings or whatever the commercial printer specifies, and drag the postscript file from the desktop into Distiller. Context-click on the image in the layout, or the links panel, and choose Edit Original.

When I removed a bunch of them, I first exported to an .IDX format, then reimported, then exported as EPS, and found a text box crossing two pages. Good luck to anyone else who runs into this error! Ensure that Resample Image, and Constrain Proportions are enable. no type in document, or other images.

Several of my included images had been moved to another internal drive, and the permissions on the new drive were not set correctly. Thanks for this thread... This site uses cookies. I had 50 pages to export to pdf, but it stopped at page 20.

Worth a try... I still don't know what the problem is but I narrowed it down to one photograph and will deal with in the next couple days. Checking system resources. Many thanks to all.

Nope. navigate here On the Adobe user to user forums - in creating PDF in CS3 - out of memory / Failed to export he/she says "We experience difficulties creating a PDF from large It gives me "Failed to Export to PDF" with every document I've tried. caspixelPosted Wed Nov 19, 2008 3:21PM I am having some major problems exporting a full color multi-page(60 in all) document out of InDesign.

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Posted by: Andrew | November 26, 2006 07:56 PM well, I am getting this problem on a 300 page doc that is replacing 100's of PDF images.

Thanks for the article. Turns out both indesign cs2 and cs3 are installed on this machine and for some reason the file was opening in cs2, after originally being created in indesigncs3, and that was General strategy The general strategy employed by users seems to be to try exporting a few pages at a time until you locate which page or pages are the source of Don't see a way around this.

This topic contains 9 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Jack Brannen 3 years, 10 months ago. Instead of doing File > Print > PDF, or File > Export, create a postscript file, then make the PDF from that. I hope it helps! this contact form Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page.

Please guess and check until you find the solution." I thought I was boned as I was just helping with this project that wasn't mine, but I got lucky. the darn thing failed. Let others test and help you out. (Check whether you are allowed to do that). Thanks for the hint, and I sure hope it won't take more than a few hours to find the culprit...

I had already tried embedding all the photos, and no luck with that. It happened exactly the same as you, Thank you very much, I can now send the file to my client. See where it stopped and you then know where the problem page(s) are. Posted by: roe | June 6, 2007 01:11 AM I recently upgraded to CS3 and got the error last night.

I can still make my deadline! @[email protected] Posted by: Johanna | September 11, 2008 08:52 PM This is a great page. Although I had made many pdfs before. Sadly, that forum seems more to illustrate this thing happens A LOT, for no real reason and with no clear cut solution. Opened a PagMaker 6.5 Mac file with InDesignCS on the PC.

Thanks. have any ideas? When I use the oldschool print to ps file it works but my workflow is completely f*d up now. Thanks for your confirmation.