Asked • 03/28/19

I'm an editor who generally uses Word to communicate changes with my authors. Is Adobe's InCopy better for this task?

For all of my editing work I'm currently using Microsoft Word. But I've heard a bit about Adobe's InCopy being good for editing and publishing. Is it really better? What makes it better than Word?

Lillian H.

Have you tried using Google Docs. It is amazing. I'll be glad to walk you through it. Several people can edit at once. It is a little tricky when you want to work with InDesign though. I believe there is software you can download that will make it an easier process.
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