Data Merge from InDesign to unique filenames script to remain FREE

Several months ago, I announced the beta version of a script that had been in development for some time – the ability to prepare uniquely named PDF or InDesign files from a Data Merge.

The Beta release of the script is now complete and the final version is now available from the downloads page. More importantly, it will remain as a FREE script for the InDesign community to enjoy.

If you have downloaded a copy PRIOR to 28 November 2015, it may have a time-limit that is drawing closer, so if you wish to continue to use the script, make sure to download the latest version from the downloads page mentioned earlier.

To see the script in action, I have also produced a series of Youtube videos on the Colecandoo channel.

I am working on a Pro version of the script that will contain enhanced file naming features and expanded export abilities such as export to png, interactive PDF etc. More information about this script will be made available closer to its release date.

I have also made custom versions of this script for specific requests, so if that is something that interests you, contact me via the requests page.

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About colmin8r
A prepress operator since 1997 specialising in Adobe InDesign.

2 Responses to Data Merge from InDesign to unique filenames script to remain FREE

  1. Thomi Flück says:

    I’m so happy to have found this script. Unfortunately I get a java script error, code 45, script line 141 when I run the script. What could be wrong?

    • colmin8r says:

      I have sent you a private email in order to try and debug this issue rather than try various methods over the posting system. Please repost if you have not received this email.

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