Hi all, I'm having much more difficulty finding a solution than I thought I would. Any help is greatly appreciated! I have a designer that has put a magazine spread together in Photoshop. It has the background, graphics, and text. I'm looking to place or import the psd file into InDesign and have the layers be available. I know that I can turn the visibility on and off, but I want to be able to use InDesign to modify the text that was a text layer in the psd file, and to move individual layers around without needing to go into Photoshop each time. With all the propaganda on Adobe's site about integration, I thought this would be easy to accomplish so I'm probably missing something obvious.
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TIA for any help. BTW, using CS6.
There could be plugin or script to achieve this but can't be done natively with InDesign and Photoshop.
You could suggest this to be Feature request :- https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
Not much point in pretending....
The only "editing" of photoshop files you can do dorectly in ID is show/hide layers. And if youhave text or other vector content inthe file, save as Photoshop PDF to keep it live.