Willing and able to answer questions regarding most aspects of PageMaker and Adobe InDesign, including use, design, printing, pre-press decisionmaking and structuring, output for printing, PDFs, layers, and more. Prefer not to handle questions regarding program installation but will attempt program troubleshooting once the program has been installed.
Twenty+ years in advertising, marketing publication design. Experience with PageMaker from version 1 to current version of Adobe inDesign. Currently supporting a 'short list' of clients in developing or maintainng their pre-print design.
BA in Philosophy; Bph, Cetifications in databases.
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Hi Carol... Although this is not a Pagemaker question, I'll try to answer it!! ;) Try: https://get.adobe.com/reader/ http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?platform=windows&product=10
Rats... that's too bad! OK - With Pagemaker shut down, you tried going either to a desktop icon OR the start menu, right clicking, and selected 'Run as Administrator'. You found: 1. Old documents,
Hi Sharon! Let me get this straight: IF the document was PREVIOUSLY created on an XP machine and is opened on Windows 7 for updating there is no problem spell checking in Pagemaker/Windows 7 IF
Hi Sharon - Sorry for the delay in responding to you. Question(s): What operating system are you on? When you did NOT have issues with the spell check, were you on a different operating system
Hi Doug! Just a few things to note: Indexing and pages require a ton of menmory. You might consider splitting documents into more manageable memory sizes... Have you tried throwing away the prefs