What does "a.s." stand for? How do I get rid of these lines & not harm the other text present??? Articles Magazine Events Resources Watch & Listen Shop Forums Membership InDesignSecrets Articles Magazine Events Resources Books and Videos Templates (Free) Templates (Premium) Learning GREP Plug-ins and Scripts InDesign FAQ Training and We're running Universal Type Client, so hopefully we should all be using the same fonts, but maybe there are some legacy files hanging around from before we switched from local font
It will try and fit oversize objects like graphics and try to make tables fit the space available.To keep it as much like the web page give it lots of room.Peter How you paste the data is numerous and varied, but the focus of this post is to take advantage of a few features in MS Word 2010 for the purpose of http://indesignsecrets.com/fix-font-problems-correctly.php July 28, 2013 at 9:32 pm #34428 ApostropherMember Hi Justin, Thanks for your time and suggestions on this. I fixed it by coping it and pasting it unto illustrator.
Image 2 http://www.tiikoni.com/tis/view/?id=5917fe7 shows the same text pasted into a new InDesign doc. So, big thank you from me! Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any use of
Very helpful Reply LS says: February 1, 2014 at 3:12 pm When I paste from certain websites (Delta ticketing information for one) there are "invisible" (even with non-printing characters visible) that These are two documents both generated at the same time with Filemaker Pro 11 on Mac - I can't imagine they would have different encodings or any such thing. Of course, once you have pasted in the unformatted text, you probably have to then format it to match what you are working on. Reply Super2000 says: April 3, 2014 at 5:08 pm the instructions do not appear to work on my machine.
PDF documents are essentially one document overlying another, one simple text, the other a picture. How To Copy And Paste In Word And Keep Formatting This has solved several issues when working in a collaborative environment and diverse documents. However, should you need to choose another pasting format at any given time, take advantage of the immediate pasting options and choose appropriately for that instance. July 21, 2013 at 9:33 pm #34349 ApostropherMember Hi David, So, now that I *have* edited the [Basic Paragraph] style, would you recommend I change things back?
Reply Paul says: May 23, 2015 at 7:46 am When I copy from an existing document into a new document some things change. The author does not tell us where to find or activate this - apparently nonexistent - ‘set default paste' option or dialog. Regardless of the source, it's the information (the text) that is desired. Only to find that images and all sorts of other unwanted items are pasted as well, even though you require ONLY the text?
That always gives me just the text. I have also had incidents when I had to use the Paste and Match Style option because my attempts to do a simple copy visit Ctrl + V is the keyboard shortcut for paste. How To Copy And Paste And Keep Formatting Mac The bottom line is, if the text part of the document is really bad, there is no way to make it better. Indesign Paste Text With Formatting When I open the Find Font window, there is a font called AntennaCond Generic, which I can find and replace with AntennaCond Regular, or I can Option-Click the text in the
It does seem to (falsely) disparage the capabilities of Pages. Anyone else have these issues?? The single page files from Win XP (where all is well) said the encoding was ANSI. I would like the speaker (little icon) to remain visible so that when I click it, it pronounces the word. How To Copy And Paste A Table In Word Without Losing Formatting
July 19, 2013 at 10:34 am #34331 David BlatnerKeymaster I strongly recommend never editing the Basic paragraph style: http://indesignsecrets.com/beware-basic-styles.php July 21, 2013 at 9:27 pm #34347 ApostropherMember Hi Justin, Thanks for That gets old in a hurry. share|improve this answer answered Jun 21 '10 at 20:51 community wiki Emil add a comment| up vote 1 down vote One of my users just reported the same issue (PDF was Open ‘System Preferences' Select ‘Keyboard' Select tab ‘Keyboard Shortcuts' Select ‘Application Shortcuts' from the left listbox Click ‘+' below right listbox Select ‘All Applications' for ‘Application' input box Type ‘Paste and
Anyway, at the very least it seems I can fix things by remaking my files in CS6, so that can be a good project for me when things slow down a Can you please help me search for and remove these pests? And it would indeed allow to make all kinds of encoding when saving combined/reduced files as described in another post here: with Preview you can still get out the text again.
After two days of suffering with a corrupt ID file I finally found something that worked. It'd be a pain, but if it worked, life would be very good. :) July 21, 2013 at 9:29 pm #34348 ApostropherMember I should add, I also tried exporting my source Is there a "Document fonts" folder with your source documents? Laurens says: September 18, 2009 at 6:59 am I have CS3 installed on my Snow Leopard disk but only run it occasionally.
I much prefer InDesign, but cannot use it for what i am doing. There are Word features that are not supported in Pages, and there are Pages features that are not supported in MS Word. So, this is not totally helpful in your case, presuming that your PDF file was received from elsewhere and you can't get to the original version, if it was indeed compressed Restart InDesign, open the saved file and try changing the dimensions again. - Try changing the dimensions on another machine - Try the export to IDML procedure Dan says: October 28,