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Converting InDesign Booklet to be edited in InCopy

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Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

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Hi, our company has had a booklet created in InDesign (seperate files for the sections of the book but created as a booklet) but we need to be able to make the entire booklet editable in InCopy for our team who do not have much graphic knowledge. My worry is giving them multiple sections would leave them stuck being able to merge all of the documents into one PDF. 

 

I can only think that it would require copying all pages into one document. Are there any other ways I can merge all of the different sections into one InDesign document.

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Community Expert , Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

 Without knowing more about the individual documents nobody here can possibly help. But I will say this; If you're that worried about the InCopy users, get them some training. You might benefit from it yourself.

 

InCopy's PDF export is not intended for anything other than review. You'd still need InDesign to export that INDB as a single PDF.

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Do you mean you have many separate INDD files - each with single Chapter - then everything combined as a Book - INDB file?

 

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 Without knowing more about the individual documents nobody here can possibly help. But I will say this; If you're that worried about the InCopy users, get them some training. You might benefit from it yourself.

 

InCopy's PDF export is not intended for anything other than review. You'd still need InDesign to export that INDB as a single PDF.

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