I Found this http://forums.adobe.com/message/3305675
Hope Peter come for your rescue......I dont know much about Indesign 2.0 also cant say until I dont check the file.
May be Peter has to share something on this,
Normally a version 2.0 file will open fine in CS5 (I jsut found one to verify). Typically an upgrade plugins warning means the file was saved in a later version than the one being used to open it, but this isn't listing the usual suspects for CS5.5. I'm seeing the plugin on my system in the Required folder for all versions of ID that I have checked, so that would be the first thing to check. Is the plugin actually there? In theory it can't be disabled, but if it is there, you should check the extension manager under the Help menu to be sure it is active.
I suspect that ultimately you may have to reinstall, but look for the plugin first.
When I used the InDesign CS2 for open the same file, the application showed similar errors. I suspect that the file is corrupted. So there must be a way to fix it.
Do you still have version 2.0 (which is not the same as CS2, so maybe we should calrify just what the original file is)? Will it open in the original?
If it is, in fact a version 2.0 file and will not open in version 2.0 you have a real problem and the only hope I know of would be to send it to Markzware: Fix Your Bad InDesign Files!
If you want to zip the file and send it to me, I'll have a go at opening it in a few hours, but I can't promise anything.
I go to install InDesign 2.0 in my system. Coming soon, I will come back with the results.
>I go to install InDesign 2.0 in my system.
Surely not on the same system where you have your newer version as well? I'm pretty sure you are going to destroy that by installing an older version.
NOT a good idea to intall out of chronoligical order.
I don't think it's a problem on OSX, I have CS, CS3, CS5.5 on my machine and can have all three open at once. OSX installs them in separate folder and also stores their preferences and app support in separate folders
Tomorrow I will install InDesign 2.0 in another computer with Windows XP. So, I will try open the file. Wait for the results.
I installed InDesign 2.0 to open the file. Everything ok.
Now I tryed to open the same file with CS3. Adobe InDesign returned the following warning:
Cannot open "File.indd".
The document was edited by a pre-release version of InDesign.
Possibly I have an version not final. This is the reason of the errors in the InDesign CS5?
1 person found this helpful
That would be it, yes.
So, the question is resolved?
At least, I have the PDF files generated of the INDD.
Thanks, Bob and everyone!