So here's my problem....
I've laid out a magazine in InDesign. It has many features, complete with graphics, insets, etc. One of my contributing authors wants his story (as published) sent to him separately in order to have it translated into Japanese. It's six pages long. I've copied & pasted it into a new 6 page InDesign document. But now the text box links are broken. I want to re-link the text boxes (already filled with text) back together, but I can't seem to figure out how to do that. I really DON'T want to have to reflow all the text and graphics again. Isn't there a simple way to just re-link the text Boxes?
Instead of copy/pasting, you would have been better off going to
Layout>Pages>Move Pages and moved them to a new document. Then the text
threads would have stayed intact.
But since you didn't, just click the out-port of the first frame, then click in the second frame, click it's out-port and click inside the third frame, and so forth.