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Hi all,

Im a newbie to this forum & Xcode 3.
I want to develop an xcode project in which i have to get reference to Adobe InDesign CS2 application & do some automations in InDesign which involves user interface.

Can any one tell which kind of project(Carbon,cocoa,java,...etc) can i choose to do this task in xcode 3?

How can i get refernce to InDesign CS2 application in xcode?

Where can i find the SDK's?

Any help is appreciated!

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I can only think that you would go to Adobe and see if they have any SDKs for external developers. If not, then do a global search to see if there are any unofficial third part SDKs.

Many applications can use Applescript to perform actions, so you might want to look into that.

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