tell application "Adobe InDesign CS3"
set myLibrary to library "MyLibrary.indl"
tell myLibrary to close
Tried that thanks Kasyan, unfortunately it didn't work:
"Adobe InDesign CS3 got an error: Can’t get library \"12345678_library\"."
This is the problem I've been getting each time.
I'm wondering if it's something similar to having to use "unlink" and not "embed" when actually embedding graphics in the indd
Just a thought - do I need the fullname of the library, that includes the path to the directory it is saved to?
I tested the script and it worked for me. You should type the exact name of the library with extension -- e.g. "myLibrary.indl"
Thanks a lot Kasyan.
Fundamental error on my part - I added ".inld"
As I said in the post - "I'm being stupid"