I am having an issue with Indesign CS6 that I would like to get some advice
on. I have a few files that were created with older versions of Indesign
(like CS2, CS4, and CS5.5) and when I open them in CS6, Indesign gives me a
message saying that the file I am opening uses plugins which are not
available on my system. The plugin it says I am missing is INBOOKLET.PLN. I
usually just click ok, but then every time I try to do a normal File>save
command it brings up the Save As dialog as if I had never saved the file. I
can overwrite the file and close it down and open it up again and the same
thing happens all over again. Can anybody give me some tips? I would greatly
InBooklet was replaced with Print Booklet with CS3 as described in this posting:
If you save the INDD file as IDML, then reopen it, it should no longer ask for the plug-in.
Thanks so much for the very helpful tip, Steve! It works beautifully now. I think I learn something new every day! I knew that CS6 no longer used InBooklet, but I never knew what to do when I got that message when opened a file saved with an older version of Indesign.