Linking graphics from online OneDrive

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Aug 02, 2022 Aug 02, 2022

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I'm an InDesign neophyte so forgive me for not having the terminology or program down, but I have a slightly complicated issue. 

 

Can I link the graphics in my layouts to an online-based OneDrive (i.e. not my personal computer OneDrive, but my employer's OneDrive?

 

There is a long boring reason why it is imperative I find a solution like this but the short version is that I work remotely and connect via Remote Desktop to my company. Lately the connection issues prevent me from working. And I am looking for a solution to be able to continue working in InDesign, and linking to the photos and graphics found only on the company server (without having to save and link to my personal computer).  

 

Thank you!

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Aug 02, 2022 Aug 02, 2022

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Natively no. InDesign can only link to local files. Silicon Publishing does have a product that might help: Silicon Connector - Connecting Adobe InDesign to DAM systems (siliconpublishing.com)

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You can have two OneDrive accounts activated on your computer--one enterprise and one personal. I suggest for the enterprise account, only download the files/folders you need. 

 

David Creamer
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