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Look at adding a custom text variable. you would add the variable placeholder in all of the places where you would want it to appear. then you would just have to update the variable and it will update across your document. http://help.adobe.com/en_US/indesign/cs/using/WS6A9BE096-77B2-4721-9736-797C4912B6C9a.html
I think that is rather impossible. However, what you can do, is to add some colored labels to the pages with similar content. You can find it under the 'Page Attributes' of 'Pages' palette ('Main Menu->Window->Pages').
The workflow this script is set up for is the Data Merge >> Export PDF, which as you noted spits out a single, massive PDF. The script runs in Acrobat. It takes the CSV file as an input (said CSV must have a column named "filename" containing the individual name for the extracted PDF. It counts the total number of pages in the PDF and divides by the total ...
This buggy cross-reference problem was a known issue in CS3, CS4 and iirc also CS5, very hard to track down because it was so hard to reproduce reliably. Several rounds of changes occurred in that area in CS5.5 and CS6, and as of CC it now functions correctly across files. Cross references were always problematic. I had success with them in CS4 by creating ...
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