This seems to be a very basic question, but I'm having a hard time finding the answer:
Normally, when I'm working on a project in InCopy, I save and close; when I'm ready to work on the project again, I open it from File > Open Recent > [file name]. I do this because that version contains all of my previous work. (I do not open the original assignment package, since that is the original file without my work.)
My problem is that the project I want to open is no longer under Open Recent. I have opened quite a few other projects since then. If I go to Open, I can open the individual .icml files (each of which has been updated to reflect my work), but given that the assignment package is quite large, there are hundreds of individual "stories." I tried selecting all and opening at the same time, hoping that they would combine into one document, but they all open individually. In fact, there are so many, that InCopy will not open them all at the same time.
Please help! This project is in its final stages and all I need to do is open the document to accept the changes and repackage for InDesign.
Thank you, Bob. I do see the project in the Documents folder on my Mac. Within the folder for that project, there is an .icma file (with a March 26 modified date) and a content folder with all of the .icml files (with a May 14 modified date). I'm trying to access the files from May 14, which have the most recent changes. I'm not sure why the .icma is not reflecting the newer date. Any ideas?