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I assume you are copying some text from somewhere, perhaps another file.
If this file is text file you can also read the contents of the file into a variable as a string.
Process this string and set it as contents of your text frame.
I hope this helps you.
> If this file is text file you can also read the contents of the file
> into a variable as a string.
> Process this string and set it as contents of your text frame.
Yes, I can do that way (I'm considering anyway), but I have a lot of textframes linked across several pages (more than 80 pages in fact) and I have to put the inserted text in diferent places of this multipage linked textframe. And the information a have to put in the document isn't in sequent but scattered along the pages.
For me is easiest to copy from original file (spreedsheet document) a bunch of selected rows, place the insertionPoint it in the correct place in the document and run the script for generate the data. Next select another rows and repeat the process in other place.
The other way I'm thinking of is to copy all rows I need (actualy not all rows of the documnt) ignoring the order in which I want it, import into indesign and later copy and paste in correct place.
Maybe I have to rethink the whole process, but for now it works.