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how to create pdf in indd cs3


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first, sorry if this post lands in an inappropriate section or has already been answered elsewhere (i'm a new member)
have an indesign (cs3) file that's comprised of placed ai files.
indd saves fine, looks fine.
need to create a pdf from that.
tried 3 times and results have been weird. (images missing, all type is either in outline only or gone completely)
any ideas????
all the instructions i've read have made it seem so simple. and yet -
THANKS LOADS for ANY thoughts!
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