@dgual – you cannot do that.
You need CS5 installed to save a CS5 indt (InDesign template) file.
You could do an export to IDML out of CS5.5 and open that in CS5 to save a template file.
Prepair for surprises. Check the file thoroughly.
Thank you by your answer.
The problem is that we have not a CS5 installed, we have a CS5.5
A partner did a application that with this template and other files
generates a pdf document with CS 5.5 Server.
The problem is when generate the index (table of contents) with template
version CS5 run OK and with template modified in CS5.5 gives error.
El 23/10/2013 10:26, Laubender ha escrit:
Re: InDesign CS5.5 save a template file (.indt) in version CS5.
How do you do?
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Your situation is quite clear to me.
So, your only chance is to:
1. Purchase a CS5 version of InDesign on the free market (quite impossible, I think)
2. Get a 30day trial for InDesign CS5 (should be possible)
3. Distribute an IDML instead of a indt file from InDesign CS5.5 and let the customer do the final work
Perhaps you could tell us aboput the error and we can solve that problem...
4. Both, the client and you, would switch over to InDesign CS6 (which still can be purchased as part and along with the whole CS6 suite)
Other than that:
5. Both of you have to sign in to Creative Cloud, where InDesign CS6 is still downloadable…
@Peter – I think it's clear that a InDesign Server CS5.5 cannot generate CS5 files.
And InDesign CS5 (on the customer side) is not able to read the indt files from Server CS5.5.
As I read it, Server is being used to generate a PDF from the template, not to generate the template itself, and there's a problem with making the TOC.
The "template modified in CS5.5" means the workflow is broken…