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Check in/check out is an InCopy function and is identical from CS4 to CS5.
Thanks for the info, however I have never run into this when in CS3 or CS4. Is there any where I can do to get some info on this topic?
I don't know why I get the 500: internal server error when I try to open any of the tutorals at adobe.com
Are you using InCopy? If not, you should ignore Check In / Check Out.
If you are getting an internal server error, you need to tell us what URL you are trying to open.
Thanks for your reply!
We do not use InCopy, only InDesign. I am not sure how it happened but a large
amount of files showed up on my desktop and are purple with "IC" on the icon.
Now I know that this is an incopy file but I am baffled on how it became an incopy file.
We converted from Pagemaker 7 to InDesign CS3, then CS4, and now CS5. I've never
seen this happen before with any of the other versions. Myself and one other person
have a newsletter that we both work on. We save it to our desktop and then also to
a thumb drive for the other person.
I work on a Imac and she on a pc. Is there anyway to deactivate incopy?
Also, you asked for the URL I was using. I was on the adobe web site and
trying to open the tutorals and I got the same message for every file
I tried to open. I went to the web site just now to get the URL and everything
opened fine. That's one problem taken care of.
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