9 Replies Latest reply on Jun 3, 2014 11:21 AM by Peter Spier

    InDesign CS6 crashing with single document

    aliryder

      Alright, so I'm using InDesign CS6 and MacBook Pro OS X 10.9.3.  To the best of my knowledge, everything is up-to-date, but I'm relatively new to both Macs and InDesign.

       

      I'm formatting a report for work.  It's a long document, ~80 pages, primarily text with some tables, etc.  I was working on this document a few weeks ago, then it got put on the back burner and I'm just now coming back to it.  However, it seems like it's developed a bug and I can load it just fine, but after a few minutes of work, it freezes and I have to Force Quit.

       

      I did some preliminary troubleshooting on the web and I found out you're supposed to reset your ID preferences or something, so I did that successfully and the problem still occurs.

       

      I've tried working on other documents and I haven't had the program crash, yet.

       

      So the logical assumption would be that the file is corrupted, right?  Well I came to that conclusion, and tried to create a fresh clean document and then copy and paste the text from the original document into a frame in the new document.  But the problem still occurs.

       

      Is there a way I can recover my document?