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I can’t get the new InDesign CC files to display with any of my custom graphics. To be honest I’m not an expert at graphic programs – just the know how to apply fonts and size them. Is there something I need to do to get my custom graphics to show?

Thanks Miguel,
Here is the problem. I design the logo for my company. I used Photoshop for design. I exported into Photoshop and then into InDesign CC. It is InDesign which is not giving the character file, it is only the font file. I need to convert the character file into a font file so that I can use it in InDesign CC.

Thats interesting, thank you.
I am not familiar with the “pdflatex” process, but typically the FreeTTF files are created in “Linux Compilers, etc”. There is an “x” in the “Name” column that is a symbol to identify the front-end. I would try this: if your designer used Windows, then select the option to preview your layout in Windows. Otherwise, select “Linux Compilers, etc” then extract the InDesign template and export the Inx file. You can open the Inx file with InDesign and preview the layout in there. If this fixes the issue, then the FreeTTF file may be working on your Mac. If the item in the “Name” column is “Windows Compilers, etc.”, then you will need to convert the FreeTTF file for Mac.

On Windows, you can use the InDesign “document” command – “File > Document…”. Select the “Open Inx (InDesign template)…” option. If there are no errors, the resulting Inx file is good for InDesign. If there are errors, you can manually create a valid Inx file in FreeTTF that can be opened in InDesign. FreeTTF files can be opened in InDesign. When I last used InDesign, I wrote a tutorial about this in its help guide:


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