Hello. I just upgraded from CS4 to CS6 and resumed working on a book, only to find that there is no Tabs panel to be found anywhere (see attached jpg image). It's usually right under Paragraph in the Type Menu. It's also not in the Windows/Type Menu. I've been searching high and low around the program and on the internet and cannot find any clues. The Tabs instrutional videos on YouTube clearly show CS6 with a Tabs panel available in its traditional spot. I know this is bizarre and it's about to make me freak out because it seems like it should be pretty basic and obvious. Maybe it is and I'm missing a vital piece of info? If you have any ideas i sure would like to hear them...
I would start with deleting InDesign preferences.
Did you try using a new workspace (i.e, Essentials)
If that does not work make sure your update was incrementally correct, and that you have the latest update for InDesign.
Its been a while for me but I recall this happening but cannot remember the fix. Sorry.
Hmmm, nothing else is working. This is so rediculous and it's taking up all my work day. I feel like the only solution is to semi-retire CS6, go back to CS4 and only use CS6 for importing .docx documents and exporting ePubs after I've preped them in CS4.
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