You can download/ purchase such stuff from Pantone in a variety of standardized swatch formats usable within Adobe apps. Check their site if your specific colelction is avialable.
Did you ask other program users in InDesign
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CC includes the current solid color libraries PANTONE + Solid Coated & Uncoated for printing offset spot colors. There are also additional solid libraries for the metallic, pastel and neon solid colors—PANTONE+ Metallic and PANTONE+ Pastels & Neons.
For CMYK process printing—PANTONE+ Color Bridge swatches are CMYK process simulations of the solid spot colors. The PANTONE+ CMYK library is a separate CMYK process system that does not simulate any of the PANTONE Solid colors.
The new PANTONE+ Solid Coated-336 or Goe colors are not included but you can get them when you run Pantone Color Manger as a trial.
I have downloaded the colour manager and transfered all the swatches to AI, IND and PSD but only AI works. So I am having to add the swatches (TCX and TPX) in AI and import to INDD.
Am I doing something wrong?
My trial expired so I can't walk you through it, but the saved libraries need an .acb extension and have to be copied into the right directory. So on a Mac it's
/Applications/Adobe Photoshop CC/Presets/Color Books
/Applications/Adobe Illustrator CC/Presets.localized/en_US/Swatches/Color Books
/Applications/Adobe InDesign CC/Presets/Swatch Libraries
Thank you very much for the your insight. I now know why I can't see the new swatches. I was using 32bit version of InDesign whereas it's all there in 64bit. Drama over back to work ;-D