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When using Adobe InDesign, when I select a picture object and hit “Edit with”, sometimes the correct programs are not listed as an option to open with and sometimes they are, and this is when I am selecting the same exact object. Also if Paint.net appears as an option, and I select to Edit With Paint.net, Microsoft Picture viewer will open up instead. This issue is random. Is there a repair that needs to be done to In design?
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It looks like you are working on a Windows system so there is the way to make it open with the right application:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307859

and this:

http://graphicssoft.about.com/cs/general/ht/associationswin.htm

Doing this should make InDesign behave as you wish.
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