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Running footers missing in InCopy

New Here ,
Jul 15, 2021 Jul 15, 2021

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I'm working on 250-page InD documents, exporting each chapter to an Assignment. For the Assignment Options, "Assigned Spreads" is checked. Adobe instructions indicate that I should be able to see (but not edit) text boxes that are not exported. But the running footers do not appear.

I tried "Placeholder Frames" and "All Spreads" Assignment Options, to no avail.

I tried skipping the Assignment and exporting All Stories. No luck. 

I tried exporting the running footer as a story from the Master page. Nope. 

 

It's very difficult to edit such a large document without seeing the page numbers! The copy editors are not happy. 

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Community Expert , Jul 15, 2021 Jul 15, 2021
Skip the assignments and just export the InCopy content. Have the editors open the INDD file in InCopy.

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Skip the assignments and just export the InCopy content. Have the editors open the INDD file in InCopy.

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The exported file is an ICML file, not an INDD file. Is my export process incorrect?

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Nobody should be opening the ICML files. Open the INDD file in InCopy and then check out the content from there.

With all due respect, this workflow, while absolutely fabulous is not without a learning curve. Have you had any training at all?

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Bob, I just figured out what you meant. It's working ! Thank you

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Good to hear and you're welcome.

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