Hi Don,

Distiller displays the page number after it has successfully distilled the 
page, so if you see [Page 84] before the error, then it is on the 85th page.

Rick Quatro
Carmen Publishing

> Hi, Everyone!
> Been away for awhile, since my work on my door fixing book was complete, 
> and
> I had successfully created two different PDF versions with no glitches.
> But alas, I have revised a certain section and attempted to create new 
> PDF's
> with failed results.
> During PDF generation, as Distiller works diligently through the pages, it
> suddenly comes upon pg. 84 and types the message:
> %%[ Error: undefinedresource; OffendingCommand: findresource ]%%. 
> Following
> this, it flushes the project and quits.
> Subtracting my TOC & preface pages (which are Roman Numerals) I judge the
> offending page to be text #59. There are no unresolved cross references 
> or,
> so far as I can see, dangling data anywhere on the pages on either side of
> the offending page. And, so far as I know, there is no way to search for 
> an
> "undefined resource."
> What is most baffling is that this problem occurs in a part of the book 
> that
> was untouched by the revisions. Granted, I have migrated to a new computer
> before attempting this revision. But so far as I know, all the files from
> the previous subdirectories have been brought into the new hard drive. The
> one illustration on the page is referred from the correct source, and all
> markers and cross refs seem properly placed and functioning.
> Needless to say I'm baffled by this and extremely frustrated. Suddenly the
> self-publisher can't self-publish.
> Any suggestions from any of you brilliant folks would be humbly 
> appreciated.
> Many thanks in advance.
> ~ Don Spencer
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