I have just spent 1.5 hours on a chat with your team re using a thesaurus function in InDesign (which there isn't one)
In design is a great product and amazingly intuitive with (almost) all the functions you need to create great documents however to use a simple function like a thesaurus I need to export to a .icml thingy which creates individual files for every chapter or section (filling up my files). Then you have to open each section individually in InCopy, which then creates a document that looks more like a 80' dot-matrix print out with no formatting or font detail etc, do you thesaurus work then hope the changes don't ***** up your formatting in the indesign document when it relinks.
Could I suggest adobe just add a thesaurus tab in InDesign. I can't see it being that difficult, I mean even microsoft has managed to have it in 'word'
Note it is actually easier to just copy text into word, use thesaurus, then copy it back than go through the pain of InCopy
Please just add thesaurus
The online help says there is a thesaurus panel under the window menu in Indesign - but no such panel is listed in the menu under several workspace options - c'mon adobe this is a major oversight.