If you have to import Microsoft Word files and map Word styles to InDesign styles, here’s some good news. Although the option to save style mappings as presets was first offered in InDesign CS3, it didn’t work in CS4. The preset name was saved—but it was empty!
Now, the just-released 6.0.4 update fixes this shortfall, as well as some other issues. The PDF of the release notes can be found here.
Before you freak out, it’s not a common circumstance, nor is it a showstopper. Just thought you might like to know. Here’s the equation:
Place a layered PSD as an anchored object within a header or footer row in a multi-page threaded table, and then attempt to print to a PostScript printer. The job starts to print, then displays the above error dialog: “The Adobe Print Engine has failed to output your data due to an unknown problem.” Continue Reading »