That says it's in the Context Menu.
I presume you'd have to use the right mouse button to call up the contextual menu for the options. If you don't have a right mouse button then on a Mac I believe it's CMD click should bring up the context menu.
Thanks for the quick replies.
Eugene, I've checked both the Panel Menu and Context Menu, missing in both and marked as visible for both menu under Edit -> Menus.
1st Image, Context Menu - 2nd image, Panel Menu
Peter Spier, I checked your guide to Replace Preferences (Nicely written btw).
I checked under: HDD/Brukere/Per/Bibliotek/Preferences/Adobe InDesign/Version 7.0/en_GB/
Which on an English OSX would be hdd/Users/<user>/Library/...
Here I found InDesign Defaults, but no InDesign SavedData.
As you can see by the file size the newly created InDesign Defaults did remove quite a lot of data but it didn't make any changes to the menu.
The Edit -> Menus still has the same settings.
Thanks again for the quick replies but as is now the problem persists.
Any ideas to where to go now are much apreciated.
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Reread the paths, carefully. The two files are in different folders.
Hello and sorry for late reply (been home with a cold).
Anyways, got to do it right.
Problem solved by renaming InDesign SavedData. and let InDesign create new files.
Thanks a million!
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