How to remove or uninstall Meadows software from Adobe InDesign

Software from Meadows Publishing Solutions are Plug-Ins for Adobe InDesign. All Meadows plug-in modules are installed into the InDesign/Plug-Ins/Meadows folder. This document provides instructions for removing all Meadows software, or for removing a specific plug-in module, from your version of Adobe InDesign.

REMOVING ALL MEADOWS SOFTWARE

1) Inside of your Adobe InDesign application folder, you will find a folder called Plug-Ins.

2) Inside of this Plug-Ins folder, you may see a folder called Meadows.

3) If you do not have a Meadows folder in this location, then you do not have any Meadows software installed on your system so there is nothing more to do.

4) If you do have a Meadows folder, simply delete the Meadows folder and restart InDesign.

You have successfully removed all Meadows software from your Adobe InDesign system.

REMOVING A SPECIFIC MEADOWS PLUG-IN MODULE

1) Inside of your Adobe InDesign application folder, you will find a folder called Plug-Ins.

2) Inside of this Plug-Ins folder, you may see a folder called Meadows.

3) If you do not have a Meadows folder in this location, then you do not have any of our software installed on your system so there is nothing more to do.

4) If you do have a Meadows folder, open this folder and search for the module you wish to remove. The name of the plug-in module will typically match the name of the product. For example, the Meadows 2D Bar Code Module is named MPS 2D Bar Code Module.InDesignPlugin. NOTE: There may be other files/folders in the Meadows folder that start with the same name (especially on Windows systems). Just identify any such files/folders that start with the name of the plug-in module you wish to delete.

5) To remove the module, simply delete the plug-in file(s) and then restart InDesign.

You have successfully removed a specific Meadows plug-in module from your Adobe InDesign system.