0 Replies Latest reply on Dec 20, 2012 6:56 AM by ccarline711

    Pages Missing During Export as PDF

    ccarline711

      I've been working on a long document in InDesign. It is a book that is comprised of about +200 documents. Each of these documents includes photos and text, along with a header and summary paragraph style. These paragraph styles are used to create a table of contents. The table of contents gives me the correct page numbers for each of the files, but when I export the PDF, after a certain chapter, the table of contents no longer links directly to those articles. It appears that 1-2 pages is missing from each of the documents after a certain document. I only have 1 layer, I have used the same 1 master slide for each document. I originally created the document using 1 default style and then re-saving that file as different file names as each document was created. The end result is that the page count for the document at the bottom corner is in the neighborhood of 1200 pages but the actual PDF file is only 1016 pages.

       

      Any suggestions on how to fix this? I have absolutely no clue where to look for a solution. (As per Adobe's customer support, I did remove a folder in the App Data section)

       

      Edit: I forgot to include; when I export the individual documents to PDF that have missing pages, they export without missing pages. The issue only happens when exporting the documents as a book. Message was edited by: ccarline711