Thanks, Sig. However, I've reinstalled the whole Suite 3 times now and it still won't open properly. What it does now is the first time I double-click on the document to open it, I get the spinning beach ball forever. So I do an app. escape ForceQuit and then I restart InDesign. Only then will the document open, as the app is opening. It's bizzare. Regarding MacKeeper, I've never had any problems, never. This has something directly to do with moving the files. All the reinstallations didn't do jack (the above mentioned problem was there before I reinstalled). If I moved an important file that InDesign required, it should have reinstalled it. This is mysterious to me.
Regarding MacKeeper, are you saying I don't need to do anything but repair permissions to keep everything running smooth? That's the only maintanence option I know of, and it doesn't help with speed or hesitancy. Being a designer, I keep a lot of fonts in my fonts folder. So I pulled a lot of them out. I had gigs and gigs of files on my startup drive and was told if I cleaned off my Startup drive that I could expect better speed. Now the speed is excellent, but I have this InDesign problem. Doesn't make sense to me.
Now you should post over in the Adobe forums:
You need to keep your hard drive at 15% free space. Occasionally run Repair Disk from Disk Utility when booted to your OS installer disk. That's all you need do.