Quick Tip: How to Open Corrupted Adobe InDesign Files

So you’ve received an InDesign file from a colleague or client; or even navigated to an old ID file on your own computer—only to find that the document is apparently ‘damaged’ and won’t open. The file has somehow become corrupted, and the software just doesn’t like it. Argh! Nightmare, right?No need to panic! Check out these nifty solutions for opening corrupted InDesign files...Solution #1: Track Down What’s Causing the ProblemDo your detective work. It’s likely that there’s something lurking in your document that’s triggered InDesign to flag up the file as damaged. (Read more...)