Photoshop: Multipage Documents/Templates

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Agencies desperately need a faster method for templating and prototyping. Multipage documents may be a solution with a template structure similar to InDesign, so that if I change an element from a master template, it applies across all pages.

An example would be building iPhone or web mockups. If the client makes a change to the header, currently all documents must be opened and the change applied to each page individually... just for a client review. This enormous waste of time needs to be addressed by Adobe.
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Posted 7 years ago

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Chris Cox

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Which product are you trying to do this in?
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gesoneguy

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Well I thought this was the Photoshop forum. Is it not?
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Chris Cox

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No, this is a request forum for all the Photoshop products.
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Ah. Well obviously Adobe did a great job communicating that to me. Can't believe I even wasted my time trying.
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Gesoneguy, You did not waste your time, but this pages gathers comments for programs part of the Photoshop family, as stated several times on the page. But we have amended your post accordingly.
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Now, for your problem, you might want to take a look at linked smart objects: they allow updating of elements located on another file: http://www.viget.com/inspire/linked-s...