Did you try snippets?
You can drag and drop them from and into a document to any place. With Adobe Bridge you can make them visible.
Hi guys, thanks for your prompt replies. I've been reading about snippets (and I read your article too, Bob, it's a very good read). My ultimate question is if I create a snippet with a link to an image stored on Dropbox from Computer A, will Computer B be able to use that snippet without having to relink the image.
e.g. I create a snippet, saved in "Computer A \ Dropbox \ Snippets" containing a link to an image stored in "Computer A \ Dropbox \ Snippets \ images". Will Computer B be able to use that snippet stored in "Computer B \ Dropbox \ Snippets" without having to relink the image?
Okay, just managed to do some testing, and it does look like snippets will be the best way for us. I was able to perform the example above and didn't need to relink the image.
Thanks for your help guys, much appreciated. Unfortunately I can't mark both your answers as correct, so I'm using the 'first come, first served' system. Now off to convert library entries to snippets