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Scripting Tutorials/ Book recommendation please

Scripting Tutorials/ Book recommendation please

Scripting Tutorials/ Book recommendation please

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Does anyone know of any good or bad online tutorials for creating scripts in VB for InDesign.

I've tried following the 610 page behemoth of a technical document on scripting I downloaded from adobe, but all I ended up with was a list of errors and a sever headache.

Any good book titles are also appreciated, just need something to give me a kick in the right direction.

Thanks for reading this plea for help. And a great big thanks if you can help.

RE: Scripting Tutorials/ Book recommendation please

I'd recommend posting this request on the InDesign scripting forum on the Adobe Web site.

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