Unfortunately, when you installed the older version of InDesign, it took over ownership of the .indd file suffix. Even uninstalling the older InDesign version won't restore that ownership. You need to uninstall and reinstall InDesign 10 (CC 2014) to repair this problem.
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But you can restore the ownership of INDD with open with dialog.
On the Mac: select any INDD file, cmd+I, open with, select the favoured InDesign version, chose open all file of that kind.
On Yosemite it happens sometimes that the change will take effect after the next start of the computer.
If you have PageMaker files and you are a CC subscriber, you should install CS6 on your computer, which is included with the CC subscription. It is the last version which will open PageMaker files directly. You need not to go back to CS4.
Thanks Willi, I already tried that but it didn't work. I think Dov hit the nail on the head.
thanks, Dov. I thought that may be my fix but was hoping it was just a setting. Have a great day.
Did you try to restart it? It worked here fine.
Yes, it has been restarted several times
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Re installing took care of it. Thanks a million.