I have a problem with a 150 pages document...
I was in holidays for 1 week, when I came back to my work the file was corrupt.
I noticed some shadings had become black (or grey on the preview/thumbnail), but they were blue and orange before (the week earlier).
If it try to change the colors of the shading (by double-cliking on it) the software crash.
If it try to delete the colors of the shading (even if they are not applied to any object) the software crash.
Now I have a message when I open InDesign, something like "Caution your document may be damaged"
Can i still work on this corrupted document? If I let the corrupted colors aside?
If I could avoid re-do a 150 pages long document that would be great
Save it as an IDML file, rename it and open it again in InDesign document.
(When working on InDesign documents regularly make incremental copies using Save As to remove corruptions.)
Thank you so much! It worked well.