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    Brian Donahue commented  · 

    The new acrobat will possibly help you too. I'd read up on that. You can new sett a pdf to review, then accept changes directly into your indesign 2019 document.

    Brian Donahue commented  · 

    If you only have b/w type and no heavy graphics, why wouldn't you just build the book in one indd document? Why the need for multiple docs, unless you have multiple people needing to be editing files at the same time?

    Seems a much easier workflow to live in one document than bouncing all over the place and potentially messing up the page count.

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    Brian Donahue commented  · 

    Analytics as a group of documents intended for different clients are pretty worthless to me. It worked great when I only had one document. My multiple clients want to know how their particular documents track with an audience, so we can measure the success of reaching that audience. This seems like a no-brainer and someone at Adobe could probably fix this in an afternoon before heading out for cocktails on the veranda. I was wondering whether there was a workaround where you take that long url adobe generates, plug that into google analytics for a larger set of data? That would be sweet. An alternative would be for Adobe to beef up their analytics to include more data. Like the old days of DPS.

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