Default File Type Associations - Restore

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    adamyax said:
    The shortcuts in option 2 worked great, thanks.
    You're welcome. I'm glad they worked for you. :)
    Last edited by Brink; 08 Jun 2013 at 23:04. Reason: added quote
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       #571

    thanks
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  3. Posts : 70,217
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       #572

    You're most welcome Meiskam, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)
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       #573

    Thank you so much...
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    You're most welcome Ivandrofly, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)
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    I'm creating a Batch scrip which will do the same work
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       #576

    Ivandrofly said:
    I'm creating a Batch scrip which will do the same work
    Were you able to make the batch script? I'd love to see something that would restore all of them to default.

    Allen
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    Hello Allen, and welcome to Seven Forums.

    If you like, the download in the Note box contains the .reg files for all listed file types. You could merge them all or only the ones you need.

    I didn't create one that would reset them all at once because most people preferred to only restore the default associations for specific ones instead.
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    Brink said:
    Hello Allen, and welcome to Seven Forums.

    If you like, the download in the Note box contains the .reg files for all listed file types. You could merge them all or only the ones you need.

    I didn't create one that would reset them all at once because most people preferred to only restore the default associations for specific ones instead.
    Ok, Thank you.
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       #579

    I'm having some problem with the .indd extension and was hoping for a reg file from OP.
    I've tried editing the reg by hand myself but wasn't able to get it to work sadly.

    The values should be right, but don't seem to work (dutch):

    • .indd
      • OpenWithList
        • (Standaard) _REG_SZ (geen waarde ingesteld)
        • a __________REG_SZ InDesign.exe
        • MRUList _____REG_SZ ba

      • OpenWithProgids
        • (Standaard) ...
        • indd_auto_file

      • UserChoice
        • (Standaard) ...
        • Progid _______REG_SZ Applications\indesign.exe



    I put the UserChoice there in myself but it doesn't show up when I try to "open with ..." the file.


    It acts like the same problem another user had.

    Although I installed InDesign a few weeks ago,
    and rather not go through the installation procedure again.
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