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    The fix of the issue is now available in the latest InDesign 2022(v17.0.0.96). We recommend you upgrade to the latest version for the fix.

    If you are unable to see the update, go to the Creative Cloud application and click on the context menu on the top right and click on Check for App Updates.

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    Marc Dudley commented  · 

    I'm seemingly having the same issue as one of the Anon comments below - documents created in older versions seem to blow out everything. A new document opened from a fresh opening of inDesign seems to work ok. Opening a 'broken' document and then copying the content across to the new one seems to allow it to work ok.

    Opening an old 'broken' document first will pretty much make inDesign unusable. Even for any new documents that get created afterwards. It's like the old document is consuming all available resources (not related to anything seen in the task manager etc, I just mean it as a turn of phrase).

    I'm working on Windows 10, 64GB RAM (if that helps, that's what Adobe Support asked me for when I chatted online with them).

    PLEASE find out what's going on here. For many of us, this is our job and we can't bill our clients 4x the time because the software we're supposed to be using doesn't function as advertised.

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