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    Lets you integrate google docs into your layouts, the link goes both ways, the text you update in InDesign and update the Google Doc and what is updated in the Google Doc translates back to InDesign

    It doesn't seem to be available for Windows yet so I haven't got a chance to give it a whirl.

    But thought some might find it useful, even to experiment with as a possible workflow they might like to implement.

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