Otherwise, with the InDesign Type Tool chosen, hover your cursor to the left of the row you wish to investigate further. When the cursor changes to an arrow pointing to the row, click to select the row in the results table.

With a red row selected, run GreenLight again to run this single check again and to also explain why the check result was false. If the problem is related to an object on the page then GreenLight will take you to the position in the InDesign document and select the problem area.

After a GreenLight report has run, you are prompted with a list of issues that you may wish to immediately investigate further.

An on screen message is then shown with a brief description of the problem and a link to the accompanying GreenLight Online support article containing full information on what the problem is and how to fix it.

If appropriate, other options can also be shown. For example, to open all missing font names in a text file.

If the document has been updated, and the problem no longer exists, the row will be coloured green the next time GreenLight is run, either when running with a single row selected or when running GreenLight across the entire document.

When a 'yes' row is selected you are taken to the info page for that check on the GreenLight Online support site.