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Chapter 1. Workspace > Managing InDesign’s Plug-Ins

Managing InDesign’s Plug-Ins

Everything you see in InDesign is provided by a plug-in. The “application” itself is little more than a plug-in manager. The functions we traditionally think of as being central to a page layout application—things like text composition, text editing, or basic drawing tools—they’re all plug-ins. We’re not kidding.

This means that you can turn plug-ins on and off to customize InDesign to the way that you work and the publications you work with. Specifically, you can turn off the plug-ins you don’t use.


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