Not that I'm aware.
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Nor am I but I'm thinking that it could be scripted in some way. Try posting in the scripting forum to see if anyone can help you.
Thanks for the reply
I have downloaded the script which looks perfect from the description, the only issue i have is that is says please run with a book file opened.
Do all files need to be added to a book or can the script also run on documents?
PS: I am running InDesign CS5
The script, as written, operates on the documents that make up a book.
Just add all your documents to a book. Since the Book > Add Document window lets you open multiple documents at once, this should not be much of a burden.
The script could be written to work differently, but let's work with the tools we have?
Totally agree, was just wondering if there was something i was missing or if this was an easy change to make as unfortunately i can't add documents to a book too easily as the documents i am opening are imported from Quark, (there i did it, i swore again!) so need to be imported, then saved, then added to a book which in this particular scenario doesn't work to well with our workflow as we are working on individual documents each time.
And this is in no reflection on the fantastic Script that has been written, just a shame this feature isn't built into InDesign
Many thanks for all the help
Your workflow does not appear to preclude adding the documents to a book.
Adding a document to a book does not change the document. It's just a
management mechanism that you can ignore. You can throw the book away
as soon as you're done.
The issue is that although InDesign will open up Quark documents, it doesn't appear to allow you to add them to a book.
Therefore, from what i can best make out, i would need to import the Quark doc into InDesign, save the file as an InDesign file, then import it into a book to run the script. We have few hundred single page Quark docs for a packaging job we are doing.
It seems quicker to open the file, and just change the superscript preference, its not an insurmountable issue, just more of an inconvenience and a bit of a waste of time.
Thanks for yours and everyones help on this as it will certainly use the script on InDesign projects should the same issue arise.