When backsaving a file from CS6 to CS5.5, a blue rectangle (like a placed guide) accompanies the graphics when opened in CS5. It cannot be selected or deleted. What is it and how can it be removed? Currently, the graphics is being copied and placed into a new document. The line is harmless - just distracting. Cutting and pasting the file into a new document is cumbersome and riskiy to my clients. Any advice?
No it does not. If I release all guides and then clear, it remains behind. This is not a guide that came over with the document, it is an addition to the original when saved back. The software seems to be adding it during the transition. But it is not selectable or reachable by the many means we have tried - expanding etc. But it does look like a guide. Just isn't. And is imbedded in the document somehow. But thanks for the idea - we had already tried that route.
The properties on the guide layer as I currently have them set is not to see but print is selected. Does not seem to matter what is selected. IDK how that is useful.... but yes I can post a file if you will instruct me where - . I would post the native IL 5.5 as shown on the screen shot with all graphics removed. Or I can email something. Thanks for the effort - much appreciated!