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Getting Started 3 · (Windows) Choose Start from the Windows taskbar, and then choose Find > Files or Fold- ers. For Named, type "InDesign Defaults", "InDesign SavedData" (including the quotation marks). For Look In, select Local Hard Drives (or the drive that contains Windows). Then click Find Now. Drag the InDesign Defaults and InDesign SavedData files to the Recycle Bin (or rename them). Do not delete any other InDesign file. Close the Find dialog box. · (Mac OS) Choose File > Find from the Finder menu. For Find Items, choose On Local Disks, Except CD-ROMS. In the text box, type InDesign Defaults. Then click Find. Drag the InDe- sign Defaults file to the Trash or rename it. In the same way, search for InDesign Saved- Data and delete or rename this file. Do not delete any other InDesign file. Close the Find windows. Note If you renamed the defaults files to preserve them, you can return to your previous settings by first deleting the newest copies of the InDesign Defaults and InDesign SavedData files. Then restore the original names of the files you renamed in the steps above. Additional resources Adobe InDesign 2.0 Classroom in a Book is not meant to replace documentation that comes with the program. Only the commands and options used in the lessons are explained in this book. For comprehensive information about program features, refer to these resources: · The Adobe InDesign User Guide . Included with the Adobe InDesign software, this guide contains complete descriptions of all features. For your convenience, you will find excerpts from these guides, including the Quick Tours for the software, in this Classroom in a Book. · The Web Tour, which is also available on the application CD. · The Quick Reference Card, included in the package with the application. This comprehensive guide to InDesign keyboard shortcuts is a useful companion as you work through the lessons. · Online Help, an online version of the User Guide and Quick Reference Card, which you can view by choosing Help > Contents. (For more information, see Lesson 1, "Getting to Know the Work Area.") · The Adobe Web site (, which you can view by choosing Help > Adobe Online if you have a connection to the World Wide Web. Adobe Certification The Adobe Training and Certification Programs are designed to help Adobe customers improve and promote their product-proficiency skills. The Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) program is designed to recognize the high-level skills of expert users. Adobe Certified Training Providers (ACTP) use only Adobe Certified Experts to teach Adobe software classes. Available in either ACTP classrooms or on site, the ACE program is the best way to master Adobe products. For Adobe Certified Training Programs information, visit the Partnering with Adobe Web site at