Thanks for the speedy reply! I exported my "corrupt" InDesign file to .IDML and re-openned it. I was able to delete the extra pages which had some .psd files on it that I couldn't see earlier.
My question is can I just re-save this .IDML file back as a .indd file? What changes happen in between .IDML and .INDD if any? Everything looks the same to me but I was wondering if anything changed. Thanks!
Absolutely. Resave as .indd (preferably with a new name so you don't overwrite the old file) na continue on with the new file. Exporting to .idml has the side effect of removing a lot of stuf that's not needed to open the file (old save data and previews, which get re-written) so sometimes it removes whatever minor problem is happening.
Perfect! Thank you very much Peter!
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