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Is there a "Reveal in Explorer" option (or similar) in InCopy?

Engaged ,
Feb 09, 2017 Feb 09, 2017

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I think I've exhausted every place I can look for this on a PC with no luck. On a Mac you can simply right-click on the document's title in the tab, however on a PC I can find nothing similar. If anybody knows a way to do this I would be very happy to be enlightened - and if there is no way I'll be glad to add it as a feature request.

Thanks in advance!

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Engaged , Feb 09, 2017 Feb 09, 2017

Ahh, I found it after a bit more looking. If you open the "Assignments" palette, select the file name and then use the menu you can choose it. I'd delete this, but it may actually be of use to someone who had the same problem finding it.

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Ahh, I found it after a bit more looking. If you open the "Assignments" palette, select the file name and then use the menu you can choose it. I'd delete this, but it may actually be of use to someone who had the same problem finding it.

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If you’re referring to the links then it works exactly the same on Mac and Windows.

Open the links panel, right click on any link and choose reveal in Explorer.

If that’s not what you’re referring to you’ll need to provide much more detail. If it is and that is not what you’re seeing then try trashing your preferences.

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