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Import problem indesign

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Feb 11, 2021 Feb 11, 2021

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Hi all,

I'm compiling a long document in indesign. I have in it mulitple text, figures, and figure legends.

This morning, every time I import a new text, it changes automatically the police and other parameters in the other texts (already imported) all over the document.

I temporary solved the problem by importing the text in a new indesign doc and copy and paste it in the old one.

However, this is not practicle at all because I cannot change the text directly in word as I used for all the others source.

Any help?

Thanks,

Giovanni

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 11, 2021 Feb 11, 2021
The Microsoft Word Import Options facility via Place should help you undertake this task. You'll need to look at some tutorials. There's a good one on LinkedinLearning (you can get 30-days free access): https://www.linkedin.com/learning/word-and-indesign-integration?trk=learning-serp_learning_search-card&upsellOrderOrigin=homepage-learning_learning-search-bar_search-submit

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The Microsoft Word Import Options facility via Place should help you undertake this task. You'll need to look at some tutorials. There's a good one on LinkedinLearning (you can get 30-days free access):

https://www.linkedin.com/learning/word-and-indesign-integration?trk=learning-serp_learning_search-ca...

 

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