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I had a problem with the pdf export. I have a 24 page brochure that I want to export. Is there the possibility to show me the faulty page.  Can anybody help me?

Kind regard from bavaria

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Hi Floh, welcome to the forums

Can you upload the problematic file here and i'll take a look.

Thanks


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Floh,

Just a thought. Did you try exporting each page individually to see which one(s) might not export? May help track down the errant elements. I used to do that back in the day with QXP.

Tom

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3 hours ago, TomJr said:

Did you try exporting each page individually to see which one(s) might not export?

This helped me too sometimes.

Exporting for example 1-12 and 13-24 to know if it's in the first half part of the document, if in the second one exporting 13-18 and 19-24, etc.

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@Floh, try to convert all text to curves before export. That way you might experience if there is a font issue for AfPub.

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And/or test the according on-the-fly option "Text as Curves" in export's "More".

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macOS 10.12.6,  Macbook Pro 15" + Eizo 24"

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at first thank you for all the comments.

I had play with the file the last time.

When I export a small pdf or a web pdf everything is fine.

When I export a high resolution file like pdf x4 or any other print standard I have a problem.

I uploaded the file to affinity in this second. 

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I had found the problem.

After erasing and rebuild a text frame I can export the pdf only problems.

Thank you at all people for the comments.

Thank you to the affinity crew too.

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