In general, esporting to .idml or .inx (depends on your version of ID) will remove non-adobe plugin information for plugins not used.
Thanks Peter -
Just tried that (to .inx); for some reason, some of my Character/Paragraph styles changed when I did this. I can work around that if needed.
The document in question is part of a book and relies on a master chapter for its styles. Probably has something to do with that.
.inx shouldn't be affecting styles unless they need the plugin in some way....
DTP Tools has a free cross-references "reader" plug-in that cancels any warnings from documents that contain their x-refs on machines that lack the full plug-in.HTH
I have a document from which I'd like to remove all cross-refererenced content created using DTP Tools' Cross-reference plugin (which has been awesome, btw.)
Though I can easily delete all the items setup in the standard pallettes, after doing so and trying to open in another version of ID (without the plugin installed), I still get a plugin warning.
Can anyone recommend the best practice for disabling/removing this plugin specifically? I realize it may be the same for other plugins as well.