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    2 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    We're happy to announce that the fix for this issue is now available in the latest update of InDesign - version 17.2 that is available from Creative Cloud Desktop application.

    Please update to this latest version to get the fix.


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    Alexis commented  · 

    It's Alexis again regarding importing unwanted text from Word. This is what the original text looks like.

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    Alexis commented  · 

    Not sure if this is related, but I have a ton of unwanted text showing up in InDesign when I import MS Word. It seems like InDesign is importing hidden text, particularly the references used in the text. It adds a bunch of text that one does not see in the original MS file. I have to go in and copy and paste the text to fix it. There must be some way to avoid having to do this. When I use Control + D, I assume that it will import what is in the file, not hidden words and characters! Many authors use reference software and perhaps some of this is leaking over.

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    Under Review  ·  Anonymous responded

    Thanks a lot everyone for the feedback. I am moving this under review.

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    Alexis commented  · 

    I agree, have a feature where the user can update the page numbers only. It's irritating to have to update the whole TOC everytime. If MS Word can do it, I am sure the Adobe team can figure something out.

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    Alexis commented  · 

    I need to update an old instance of a publication to a new one. Essentially, when I relink, I want to replace it with this year's PDF. It has 64 pages and is the same configuration. Not adding or deleting pages. I used to be able to do this with one click, but now I have an error message saying the "Cannot crop to trim box. Either the trim box is not defined, or is empty." Grrr. #$#%^&. What's going on? Is there another way of doing this? It would be foolish to have to relink every **** page again. I am attaching 2 screen captures.

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    42 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Hi,
    Based on emails we have recieved from you all, we were able to figure out that issue was either not reproducible or that the feature was not being used correctly.
    Closing this issue was for now. Let us know in case you encounter the issue again

    -InDesign Team

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    0 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Styles  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    To remove paragraph-level overrides, but preserve character-level overrides and character styles, in the Paragraph Styles panel, hold down Shift+Ctrl and click on the Clear Overrides button at the bottom of the panel.
    To remove character-level overrides, but preserve paragraph formatting overrides, hold down Ctrl as you click on the Clear Overrides button at the bottom of the Paragraph Styles panel.

    Please also see this article: https://indesignsecrets.com/5-ways-of-removing-overrides-applied-to-paragraphs.php

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    Alexis commented  · 

    I agree. I have found that the HTML exporting should be more specific, such as keep tags, but do not include classes.

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    3 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Performance/Usability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Alexis commented  · 

    Appalling :-/

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    Alexis commented  · 

    I should also mention that saving the .docx file into .doc is not the solution because it renders the math equations into lo-res bitmap images, which is not acceptable. I believe that the reference citation software used for authors is perhaps the reason why importing Word do
    cs is problematic now. I shouldn't being seeing the 'hidden' code. Both software programs are up-to-date.

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    Alexis commented  · 

    I am noticing very strange features when importing an MS Word document that has Cambria math and references that have IDs embedded (hidden) in the word file (docx.) I am using a plugin by Movemen that enables the importation of math equations. That works, but the imported text in InDesign has a lot of strange data/ID text that is showing up in the InDesign. You can't see this hidden text in MS Word. This actually started in version cc2018

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