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Also, what exact version of photoshop and indesign are you working with?
Thank you for your response,
Thank you, and a few more questions.
Did you have any previous versions of PS or InD installed on this same windows 7 computer?
And also, after you make the position changes, are you saving the file. Then, closing photoshop and Photoshop's organizer, and then opening / embedded the saved file into Indesign?
Or are you keeping photoshop open while you try to embed?
lets try it with photoshop closed.
And also, lets try with the Cs6 versions instead. Open the file in photoshop cs6, make a positional change, save. Then open in indesign cs6
Will it work either way ?
Question. Did this ever work properly with cs6 or with the CC versions on this same computer?
If so, about when did it quit working as expected?
Heres my thoughts. We need to focus on proper image placement. Dragging and dropping or copying and pasting often produces bad results.
Instead, lets try this way. Inside insdesign, left click the area you want to put the image.
Then click file, place, and then choose the image you want to place. It should place the image. But you will still need to resize and fit the image to match the size and shape you want it to appear in the document.
lets try it that way and let me know if you see better results~
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Can you try bringing that same image into a blank indesign file, using file >place.
Certainly.. Although if you change your mind, its a bit more effective if I can connect to your computer via a screen sharing session, where I can see the issue on screen and try to repair it in person. Thats something to keep in mind if you want to try resolving this issue later.
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