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OS 10.4 - "open with" - change all not holding


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I have InDesignCS and InDesign CS2. Most of my documents are done InDesign CS. All the icons, however, show as CS2. I want them to be CS. I "Get Info," assign CS to open it, and choose "change all." I get the window asking if I really want to. Yep. Then it reverts right back to the CS2 icon. Any suggestions?
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