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Chapter 9. InDesign Plug-ins > Managing Plug-ins

Managing Plug-ins

XPress lets you turn on and off XTensions using the XTensions Manager; InDesign can do the same thing with the Configure Plug-ins dialog box (which is available from either the application menu or the File menu, depending upon your operating system). If you never use Adobe Online (see Chapter 8) or the Indexing feature (see Chapter 90), then you can turn off those plug-ins, making the program launch and run slightly faster.

To enable or disable a plug-in in the Configure Plug-ins dialog box, click in the column to the left of the plug-in name (see Figure 9-1). Plug-ins with a lock icon are required by InDesign and may not be disabled. To make things even more confusing, some plug-ins are required by other plug-ins; if you try to turn one of these off, the program alerts you (and if you still agree to turn it off, the other plug-ins will be disabled, too).


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