How to make content searcheable which is included using {include} macro?

We are trying to Single source thousands of our doc pages for reuse release after release and across spaces by:

1) Converting our existing docs to more modular docs.

2) Including the content for future releases rather than recreating the space

3) Including the content from Single Sourced space into other spaces

The major issue with this approach is that content that is included is not searcheable in wiki. Please help us figure out ways to do that?

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Sarah Maddox wrote an article that might help you here .. she suggests using the cache macro in combination with the include macro: http://ffeathers.wordpress.com/2011/05/15/making-the-include-macros-content-appear-the-confluence-search-results/

You might also want to vote on the following issue to improve the chances of this feature being incorporated into Confluence itself:

CONF-19054

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