Extension Manager installs and manages Extensions / Plug Ins that have been packaged up as Extensions. You can simply double click on an Extension file to launch the Extension Manager and it will install the Extensions files in the locations for product the Extension was created for. Extension Manager will display all of the Creative Suite applications you have installed and you can see all of the Extensions installed in each product by clicking on that product. Click on any Extension to display the Information from the Extension Developer about the Extension and how to access it in the point product. Extension Developers have created hundreds of Extensions to add new functionality to the Creative Suite products. The Extension Manager makes installing these Extensions simple and enables you to disable, update, or uninstall Extensions.
Extension Manager is included in the Creative Suite Installer as well as the installers for the individual products it supports. The stand alone Extension Manager installer is available free of charge and can be downloaded from the Adobe Exchange download page http://www.adobe.com/go/em_download.
Go to "Control Panel", "Add or Remove Programs", Select "Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5", and click "Remove".
Go to "Applications", "Utilities", "Adobe Installers", double click on "Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5".
Please refer to Adobe Support for late-breaking information and known issues for all Creative Suite 5.5 applications.
You can download the newest version of Adobe Extension Manager from the Adobe Exchange download page.
Go to the Adobe Exchange at http://www.adobe.com/exchange/ to download Extensions to customize Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 products.
Extension Developer SDK
Developers who want to create extensions for the Creative Suite should download the Extension Developer SDK from link below:
You can share an Extension that you have created by putting it on the Adobe Exchange. Testing guidelines and submission steps are provided within the Submit to the Exchange help document at http://www.adobe.com/exchange/help/upload_help.html.
Visit the Adobe Developer Center at http://www.adobe.com/devnet/ to discover the technical information you need. Find inspiration with tips, articles, tutorials, and resources, or steer your project to success with forums, code examples, exchanges, and reference materials for the taking.
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