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Saving down from InDesign CS3 to CS?


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is there any way to save down from InDesign CS3 to CS1? any help would be great. thanks.

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nevermind. there is a god, boss just approved an upgrade for us here. whew.....

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To answer your question, no. For some reason the new InDesign will not save back to legacy formats, but the other CS3 apps will.
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For the record Cs3 can save as the interchange format that will open up in CS2 (I have tested it and it works)

CS2 can also save in the interchange format but this will not work in CS (go figure)

So you can save CS3 down to CS2 but no further
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cool, thanks guys.

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