My memory for CS5 is hazy, but if the InCopy plugins were not installed by default they are probably on the Content or Goodies disk.
No. That ended with CS3 I think.
With CS5 they should have been installed natively. I have seen installations where IT intentionally disabled them. If this was a personal installation, uninstall and reinstall.
If it’s a work computer talk to the IT people.
It is a new installation.
The languadge is greek.
Is there a way to download incopy plugin?
I really need help with this.
If you look under the InDesign menu and select Manage Extensions (this is on an Apple computer), do you see the InCopy extensions listed, and are they activated (an X in the box next to them)?
I have checked this.
In the indesign extension manager i cannot see any extension at all.
All fields are empty.
What error did you receive when you tried to update ID? Have you tried updating IC as well?
And it sounds like the CS6 extension manager may be damaged and you should download it again from Adobe.
I install the extension manager cs6 but now i cannot see the indesign from it.
When i try to update the indesign i get the following error
Adobe® InDesign® CS5 7.0.3 update
There was an error downloading this update. Please quit and try again later. Error Code: U43M1D207
The last patch was 7.0.4. If you are not there yet, try downloading the patch manually from Adobe.com.