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In this InDesign CS3 tutorial, learn how once you have created a workspace that contains your custom palettes and menus, ...
you can save that workspace to be used the next time you use InDesign.
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Adobe InDesign has a great feature that allows you to save your workspace setup. So after you’ve gotten all your palettes and all your menus arranged just the way you like it, you can go ahead and save that workspace and then open it up whenever you use InDesign so you can have everything just how you like it.
So to do this, go ahead and make sure you have everything setup the way you like it and then go to window and then workspace and then go to save workspace. Go ahead and come up with a name for your workspace, you could choose to capture the pane locations as well as the menu customization. Go ahead and click on OK and then it will go ahead and it will save that workspace. When you’re ready to open that workspace up again then simply go to window and then workspace and then you can go ahead and you can choose it from the very top, they’ll be listed. You can go ahead and click on that and it will go ahead and apply that chosen workspace.