It sounds like your passion is not graphic design, so I’d recommend using something like Microsoft PowerPoint, which enables you to use plenty of themes and templates and graphs and clip art and will probably achieve your goal.
I also recommend asking this question on the Software Recommendations StackExchange site instead of here.
It turns out this is a two-part problem. First, there is a change to Windows 10, where when you install a downloaded font, it's not placed in C:\Windows\Fonts unless you install it for all users. This feature allows users who aren't Administrator to install fonts (which is a good thing for lots of people on Windows 10 machines that are locked down).
I may be too late to the party, since this question was posted a while ago, but I hate to see an unresolved question. Anyway, there seem to be lots of nested groups in your document, at least 4 or 5 levels, which can be problematic in some cases.
You can fix it by selecting all, and then click Extensions > Arrange > Deep ungroup
Now save the PDF.
I tried ...
I would talk to the client and explain that there are two options:
1. Pro Work.
If the PDF is intended for professional print, then you can not leave to chance the output PDF, yes they could use something, but Are you sure the color profiles, text, compression, and resolution will be re-saved correctly?
If not, they have to send their logos up to an email ...
If they have Adobe Acrobat PRO they can easily add an image or vector to the pdf by using the EDIT PDF tool.
Chances are they do not have Adobe Acrobat Pro, so they can use Open Source PDF editor such as
Libre Office Draw
Web tools: As Billy Kerr mentioned, you can show your client's partners tools such as Small PDF which you allow you ...
Inkscape can open and save PDFs - while that can be a fairly complicated solution, I've had surprisingly good luck teaching unskilled endusers how to use complex software to do one very specific task (just show them what buttons to click and warn them to never click anything else).
Alternately, there's a bit of a hack-ey workaround with PDF form buttons you ...
Possibly a bug.
When I repeat your steps, in the image print size (Image>Print size) the print definition has been reset to 72PPI (and since the size in pixels hasn't changed, this gives the strange print size).
Forcing the print definition back to 300PPI seems to fix it for good (doesn't change with later exports or edits).
PS: made a bug report
It is possible to learn how to do this. However, you should realize that graphic design is a design field you need to know quite much more than, PDF template with different styles to begin with.
First you need to know are these PDF files meant for printing. If they are you should spend a few weeks- a few months next to a printer so that you understand how ...
This had been annoying for a while as well especially since I often repurpose InDesign files for new projects. I really wish there was a way to modify this behaviour and having it ALWAYS use the current file name as the export name.
@Lars: The easiest method I found is the double click on the current file when exporting my work hence grabbing the whole name ...
Use VBA to do this! You need a list of all the names in an array which you could load from a text file. Then Loop through them in a suburoutine that you create, for each one taking the name and replacing the text/contents of the appropriate shape on the slide. You could either immediately print it or save as Slide001, Slide002 for later printing, or even ...
If you're just trying to select all the RGB boxes in your document, it does not matter how you convert the colors to CMYK, as long as you verify what the CMYK values are and enter them into your preflight AFTER the conversion takes place.
However, your suspicion that this isn't necessary is valid. The statement that you can have the preflight profile look ...
One "simple" possibility is to activate the Console, and loop through the pages and read out the cropbox dimensions. If you know the correct dimensions beforehand, you can create a list of the pages to be deleted. Then run a command to delete those pages, starting from the highest pagenumber to page 0.
To list the page dimensions, you could run this script: