I am having issues with InDesign CC 2014 when working with tables. Every time I start working with a table I get a spinning beachball and have to force quit the software. I deleted and re-installed the software twice (plus removed the preferences) but no change.
I am on a 2009 Mac Pro (Quad-Core Intel Xeon) running OSX Yosemite. InDesign is updated to the latest version (though Creative Cloud).
This is quite an urgent matter for me because I am working on a deadline and it contains a lot of tables.
Has anyone else come across this recently? I've read about this issue in forums but not with this version of InDesign. Apparently it was a known issue in previous versions.
Any help will be hugely appreciated.
Did it work before you upgraded to Yosemite?
I don't know. I haven't used InDesign for a while. The last time I used it was before upgrading and that was InDesign CS6.
I just spent a few hours on the phone with Adobe Support and thought it was sorted out. It worked for a while and just now it crashed again. So far, all I can figure out is that it has something to do with the tables that are set to span two columns.