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  1. Hi, I have been working on a document for a week and now it doesn't open. Affinity Publisher says: "Loading 1 document..." I take regular snapshots of my files, so I can go back through all my 'previous versions' of saves. I know I was able to open these previously and now I am not able to. I have to go back 2 days to be able to open the file (with 2 days of missing work). Perhaps this is an image I placed in the document 2 days ago and now it can't open the reference? The file does not open off server, from local hard drive, or from any other machines. I am using the latest version of Affinity Publisher 1.8.4.693, Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 2004. Please help!
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