I’m looking into how our processes would/could change when we switch to InDesign. I’m aware that I can’t just make minor edit changes in my Quark scripts and have them work in InDesign. What I’m looking to find out is how InDesign works with templates. Here’s some background. I currently have Quark templates that are used to automatically create box page ads for real estate companies. The text is stored in a FileMaker Pro database and the pictures are stored on a server and named with a defined format. The script reads the ad copy from the database and inserts it into the Quark document. The script also gets a picture name from the ad copy and inserts the picture into the appropiate picture box. Everything works great. My concern is the Quark template. We used Xpert Scripter to name the boxes on the Quark template and the script refers to those named boxes. Is there something like that for InDesign? Does InDesign allow you to name boxes on templates for referal in scripts? I am unfamiliar with InDesign so I don’t know if InDesign can name boxes for scripts or how that would be handled. I’m not looking for code, just an understanding of what can be done.