When working on a multi-page InDesign CS3 document with many elements, linked and placed files, is there an easy way to give the InDesign file by itself to another user on another machine strictly for copy editing, and then get that saved file back without any problems? Sort of hard to explain, but basically we just don't have the money to spend on a quality, server-based file sharing system. I have worked with setups before that had a large InDesign file with all of its page elements living together on a server, and only one person at a time was allowed to work on it, all remotely. It worked really well. But rumor has it that their setup cost somewhere in the range of $5,000 and we just can't do that yet. I am laying out the pages of a magazine and I am working with many writers who will want to be making final tweaks to their stories right up until the day we ship it out for print. So, the only thing we can really think of is to pass the file around to one another on a USB drive or something so the writers can edit copy, and return it to me so I can work on the design and layout. A hack job, I realize... Any feedback or suggestions? I really appreciate it... thanks!