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We have a process by which content being authored in Confluence needs to make it's way into an InDesign layout. The content will likely be changing regularly, so being able to link to it from InDesign (as one typically would with text/images/graphics when using InDesign) would be very useful.
I'm wondering if anyone has dealt with this before, and if any good solutions may be available.
Thanks for any thoughts!
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This is not going to be of much help to you, but yes, we did try this a couple of times. Our developers looked at trying to convert web pages to InDesign's file format and came back to us with a massive quote for way too much time. The solution in both cases was "stop using InDesign, it's not built for importing anything useful"