12 Replies Latest reply on May 29, 2013 11:22 AM by Peter Spier

    Saving INDB in CS6 always asks to confirm overwrite


      Regardless of whether the INDB has been converted from CS5.5 (our previous version from which we have many files) or whether it is brand spanking new, whenever I want to save my INDB (book), InDesign brings up the dialog box that asks me to confirm where I want to save it (generally overwriting the existing INDB file). In other words, it works precisely like "Save Book As…" — but I am trying to use plain old Save Book.


      I  just want to hit 'Save Book,' let the wheel spin for a second, and get on with life! Why does this have to be so impressively inelegant? Is there a preference setting or a feature I need to check or uncheck?