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I'm running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. The "indt" extension (CS5, InDesign template) does not show up in my "Set Associations" extension list. Is there any way to add an extension to this list?

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John Holecek.
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Reece Dodds earned 500 total points
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right click an indt file, choose open with, select choose default program, select indesign and make sure always use this... is ticked.
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That was quick and easy. Thanks!!!
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