No. That was done manually.
Older versions up to InDesign CS4 named the folder Fonts. It was renamed to Document Fonts when the functionality was added to temporarily install fonts for only one document. That is why the font folder has to be in same directory as the INDD file and has to have the exact name Document Fonts.
You can hold down the cmd key (Mac) and the CTRL key on Windows and go to the menu About InDesign… in the InDesign Menu on the Mac, in the Help Menu on Windows.
It will tell you the history of your file, and you can learn when this document was, made, when it was crashed, when it was recovered, when it was packaged and with which prom version and OS version. So you can identify some problems which might be inherited in a document.
Ah, yes. I had forgotten about the older versions of InDesign. Thanks for