"The InDesign/InCopy workflow frees both designers and editors to do what they want to do."
Bill Blinn, TechByter Worldwide
November 21, 2010
"Obviously if you are working with InDesign, then this is a no-brainer especially if those you work with are upgrading to InCopy CS5. The integration is just too good not to use it and adding the document installed fonts, and the increase to multi-threading, I think that it is worth a look."
T. Michael Testi, BlogCritics
August 4, 2010
"Adobe InCopy is not an application that everyone will need, however if you work in an environment that includes input from various people in various locations you will definitely want to include it in your workflow. Like all the applications in CS4 it will make the composition process faster and more efficient. And that of course means more profitable. "
Bob Nicholl, Designer Today
"InCopy CS4 addresses a major omission in previous versions by adding the ability to edit and track changes in tables. That alone makes this new version worth serious consideration by anyone who works with tables. Add to that the conditional-text and cross-reference features, a more powerful Links panel, and a variety of interface enhancements, and InCopy CS4 is a tempting upgrade. And certainly, if your workgroup makes the move to InDesign CS4, you'll want to upgrade to InCopy CS4 to maintain compatibility and take advantage of all the new features."
Sally Zahner, Macworld
November 25, 2008
"InCopy is a valuable resource, making it possible for even small operations to have a managed editorial workflow. I've been using InCopy CS4 over the past couple of months and continue to appreciate this powerful application."
Kevin Slimp, Kevin Slimp's Newspaper Technology