Are you using different fonts for these languages?
No, all the same operation and the same Win 7 computer like other languages.
See Adobe Community: File Crashing on Output - printing/PDF/other for a description of how to use "divide and conquer" to find a problem. In this case you will need to make copies of the document and delete pages, though, because you cannot specify a range for IDML.
Thank you so much for the "divide and conquer" way!
Finally, I find the error page (only 1 page) by using your way. But I don't know why this error happened. Could you please help me with it?
The original font was: Arial Narrow Regular, 5.7pt
During layout I changed the texts to: Arial Narrow Regular, 5.5pt (I also change the same value in the redo file and it's good.)
But some of the texts became bold automatically and font size not changed. Actually I didn't know this error as the texts are so small to figure out in my PC screen.
Many texts in this error page became strange like the example below. It's automatic and cannot change. If I delete or substitute the texts on this page, it can export .idml file.
Please see the screenshot of the error characters (red underline) and the correct ones as example:
I'm afraid I have no idea why the file became damaged. Sometimes these things just happen.
Sometimes the software stops working during the layout. When I reopen the software, the file is open automatically but not saved.
Maybe I was layouting this page then the software stopped working. The file was damaged but I didn't realize it. I continue to use the damaged file, so error happens. Is it one possibility?
Do you think we should always close this automatically open file, then use the backup file we saved before "stop working"?
If the file opened using auto-recovery it can't be damaged in any fatal way, but I would always either abandon that recovered state and go back to the last saved version, or do a Save As to a new name and export that to IDML to continue using the recovered file (under a new name to avoid overwriting and losing the previous version).
Thank you for your help and advice.