Not sure if this is the right place to discuss this kind of thing but it's a curious problem that I haven't been able to track down a solution to.
I have InDesign on both my work PC and Laptop. One of the features I love dearly is the ability to line up objects and snap them into place based on the spacing or where they are on the page etc - i.e. when you move a picture, it will snap to align with objects around it with ease. For whatever reason, this is now turned off in EVERY document in inDesign on my PC but its still going strong on my laptop. My conclusion is that I have inadvertantly hit a keyboard shortcut to disable this feature.
Completely noobish question - but how do I turn this back on again?
Thanks a million,
I use CS4. When in indesign, go to View and then Grids and Grid Lines - then select Snap to Guides and Smart Guides. This is on a mac, but presume it works like this on pc as well.
This ended up being the right direction. The feature I needed to re-enable was "Smart Guides" (ctrl-u and I presume, cmd-u).
Thanks for the help.