Stylemapping InCopy to InDesign

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Nov 25, 2020

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From a customer I receive an InCopy document which I place in my InDesign lay out. I then get over 50 styles (paragraph, character and cell styles). The InCopy workflow is not shared with the customer, I will receive a new InCopy document every time the customers has made changes.

Is there a script or an other way whereby I can replace those incoming styles with my own styles, without having to replace them individually, every time I get a new InCopy document? A bit like the style mapping option in the Label-function.

 

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Stylemapping InCopy to InDesign

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From a customer I receive an InCopy document which I place in my InDesign lay out. I then get over 50 styles (paragraph, character and cell styles). The InCopy workflow is not shared with the customer, I will receive a new InCopy document every time the customers has made changes.

Is there a script or an other way whereby I can replace those incoming styles with my own styles, without having to replace them individually, every time I get a new InCopy document? A bit like the style mapping option in the Label-function.

 

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Import and export, InCopy workflow, Scripting

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https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/script-find-change-paragraph-style/td-p/11091616?page=1

Remember, never say you can't do something in InDesign, it's always just a question of finding the right workaround to get the job done. © David Blatner

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