Convert Creole
to InDesign

Looking for a free text converter? Look no more, upload your Creole 1.0 files and convert them to InDesign ICML files. Yes, it’s that easy.

Converting from Creole 1.0

Creole is a markup language, aimed at being a common markup language for wikis. It’s lightweight and tries to enable and simplify the transfer of content between different wiki engines. The design is based on a comparision of different major wiki engines and using the most common markup. But to be honest, the adoption is limited. Many systems offer it as an option, but only few use it by default. And why should they? They can come here and convert any text format in any other text format for free anyway. If you want to use it though, go for it! Happy converting!

The files end with .creole by default.

More about Creole 1.0 files

Converting to InDesign ICML

An ICML file contains Adobe InCopy stories. This is the file format you want to use to collaborate with a designer that uses Adobe Indesign. I have no idea why you should use this file format instead. There are so many free, open, documented, better text formats out there. An Adobe file format would be the least I’d use to store relevant information. But I don’t want to stop you. If you are here to convert a few files online, you have probably a reason already. At least it’s free to convert the files here. So good luck with your project! Keep up the good work!

The files end with .icml by default. More about InDesign ICML files