This is a comment, not a question.
I have just spent the past two hours trying to figure out how to export an InDesign text frame to InCopy.
I finally worked out two ways to do it. (This is to export the frame to a different folder with the same name as the InDesign document.)
thisTextFrame.exportFile(ExportFormat.incopyMarkup, folderInCopy + myInDesign.name); thisTextFrame.exportFile("InCopy Document", folderInCopy + myInDesign.name);
What was confusing me was that "ExportFormat.incopyDocument" exports as a CS3-compatible file, but "ExportFormat.incopyMarkup" exports as a CS4 InCopy document.
But when you use a string, it is the other way around, and "InCopy Document" exports as a CS4 InCopy document.
Just thought I'd mention that.
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