Thanks so much for the wonderful resource for a calendar solution, I appreciate it very much. Perhaps I can even find it to remove it....will check out the ID files now.
p.s when using the adobe forums, please mark helpful/correct responses, if there are any.
I didn't see a place to tag as helpful, but left the message. The InDesign Secrets link was great for finding calendar solution, but I saw nothing for how to remove the error by removing the incompatible template. Still haven't found it either, so don't want this closed till I do. Sure others have this issue and I was surprised no one else had asked it before. I do appreciate your guidance.
did you check the installation locations:
In CS2, it defaults to "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Creative Suite 2\Adobe InDesign CS2\Presets\Scripts" In CS and CS2, I've been unable to detect where the script has been installed to; however I can locate the directory containing Adobe InDesign itself. To that end the script will expect the "holidays" folder to be in "Presets/Scripts/calendarWizard".
In CS3 and above, there are two options. To install the script for all users of the computer, put the scripts in "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Creative Suite 3\Adobe InDesign CS3\Scripts\Scripts Panel". Or to install the script only for a particular user, put them in "C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Adobe\InDesign\Version 5.0\Scripts\Scripts Panel". By default, the "Application Data" directory is a hidden directory. In the Windows folder options settings you can tell windows to show hidden directories.
For CS5, /Applications/Adobe InDesign CS5/Scripts/Scripts Panel
Check for a Startup Script...