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What is the most simple way to add rights for editing to InCopy?

Feb 17, 2012 2:08 AM



I've been browsing the Adobe plug-ins page and searching this forum - I suppose I'm not using the right expressions (maybe because I'm German). My question ist:


How can I add different user roles/rights to InCopy, preferably without installing a whole workflow solution like Woodwing?



I would like user A to be able to open, edit and save changes to Task 1.

But user A should only be able to suggest changes (via track changes?) to Task 2, user B should have to accept them in order for them to be saved and be applied  in InDesign.


Is there an easy solution like a plug-in for that?

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    Feb 17, 2012 5:05 AM   in reply to herbstwerbung

    That cannot be done using InCopy on its own. You’ll need to use one of the third party solutions such as those by Woodwing.





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