Unlinking text boxes in InDesign

Posted: October 19, 2008 in Adobe InDesign
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I never knew that you could unlink text boxes in InDesign until I read about it in a handy tip from InDesign Magazine. Basically, you can unlink text boxes without disturbing their contents by running a simple script that you already have. In InDesign CS3, open your Scripts panel (Window> Automation>Scripts) and look in the Application folder, then the JavaScript folder. You’ll see a script called SplitStory. Place your cursor in one frame of the story and double-click the script name in the panel. InDesign will split all the frames of the story into individual frames.

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Comments
  1. benjamin says:

    hola gracias por este comentario concreto lo intente y si se pùede, gracias

  2. ardi says:

    this is too great !!!,
    ive been found this method over a few month,,,
    thanks a loootttttt

  3. miqo says:

    Thanks man

  4. manuel says:

    thanks for this info!!!

  5. manuel says:

    wish there would be smth. to allow you to only unlink one

  6. moniquethe1 says:

    This was the best thing I’ve read in a long time! Thanks!!!!!

  7. pedro says:

    Thanks bro, was searching for this tool for a while.

  8. reine naoium says:

    coool

  9. reine naoum says:

    🙂

  10. spongita84 says:

    4 years later and this is still coming in handy, thanks:)

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