Just my PC so far...
Just my Mac so far...
Yep! On both my Mac and my PC!
Drag and drop each one individually onto a page in InDesign from Windows explorer or Apple Finder.
Go to File > Place, select multiple images in the window (with Shift or Ctrl) and click Open.
Navigate to the files in Windows explorer or Mac Finder, select multiple images (with Shift or Ctrl), and drag them all into InDesign at once.
Both B and C.
The client's graphic is corrupted, send it back!
Part of your monitor is dirty, go get a clean paper towel.
You probably have the display mode set to "Typical display" try changing it to "High Quality display."
Yes, as a txt, rtf, or doc file.
No way, Word sucks too much for that!
Yes, but only if you save it as an rtf file.
A collection of objects saved by InDesign for frequent use later on.
It's whatever you have most recently saved to your clipboard file.
A file created in InCopy that can be used as a shortcut in InDesign.
InDesign CS4 is still new and buggy, they just disappear sometimes. Close InDesign and start over.
You have the wrong tool set selected, change it from the drop-down menu in the upper-right side of the screen.
The item you are editing doesn't allow the action you are looking for.