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InCopy preferences

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May 16, 2017 May 16, 2017

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InCopy is like a subset of InDesign. InDesign has document preferences and application preferences. Would the same be true of InCopy? Are some of its preferences document-centric as opposed to application-centric? I'm trying to compile a list of which is which.

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Adobe Employee , May 16, 2017 May 16, 2017

Hi,

As far as i know, it holds true for Incopy as well.

As an example, Units & Increments being Document level whereas Story Editor Display being Application setting.

I could not find a setting classified as document being application setting in InCopy (or vice-versa).

-Aman

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Hi,

As far as i know, it holds true for Incopy as well.

As an example, Units & Increments being Document level whereas Story Editor Display being Application setting.

I could not find a setting classified as document being application setting in InCopy (or vice-versa).

-Aman

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