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In some software forums, posts refer to something called a "doent" (e.g., here and here).

When trying to open .tif files in Photoshop 6.0, I get the following error message, "Could not open...because it is not the right kind of doent."

Does InDesign CS have a quick way to remove all paragraph and character style overrides throughout a doent?

I have no idea what a doent is, and simple searches on Google and the Adobe documentation don't reveal any answers.

What's a doent?

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Probably an automated typo for "document", a result of a strong filter for removing certain words.

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