Yes, I'm still using CS3 - I'm disabled and living in a nursing home and simply cannot afford to upgrade. Here's my problem...
...I recently got a new MacBook Pro running Lion 10.7.3. I sold my old MBP and bought Acrobat Pro X. Since the installation of Acrobat, I have been unable to print from InDesign CS3. When I try to print the application unexpectedly quits and I'm invited to send a message regarding what I was doing to Adobe. My work-around, thus far, has been to simply save the document as a pdf file and print from Acrobat.
Am I just stuck, or is there a way to actually use the ID print dialog without crashing?
Remove the following files and back them up:
That did it! I'm supposing that those were files installed by Acrobat Pro X, as they had a March 12, 2012 creation date - which would have been around the same time that I installed AcroProX. Maybe a rich cousin will die, leave me money, and I'll be able to upgrade to CS6 when it's released.
Thanks so very much,