InDesign: How to Link Text Between Two Documents (Video Tutorial)
In this Three Minutes Max video, Russell Viers shares a genius tip for jumping text in one document to continue in another document. By using a feature of InCopy—but without ever actually opening that program—he is able to keep an editable, threaded story between two completely separate files.
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