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No. Symbols and libraries are document independent, they do not "link" to other documents. In addition you can't use linked images within symbols. You will have to either duplicate symbols manually across documents, or used linked files and forget about using symbols. Just create a file that is "footer.ai" and use File > Place to place a linked version ...
It is not a frequent problem, however sometimes one wants to move an artboard with all the guides. The solution is not perfect, but worked for me: Before I drag the artboard I "release the guides" - View->Guides->Release guides After I dragged the artboard I "make the guides" from converted shapes (+ select the lines again): View->Guides->Make guides
Before setting your guides, switch to the Artboard Tool (Shift + O), then drag out your guides. You'll notice when you do this that the guides will finish at the edge of the artboard, instead of running off over the entire work area. When you move your artboard, the guides will travel with it.
There is no direct method to create InDesign pages from Illustrator. Draw an image frame in InDesign and link to the illustrator file.
Overprint Preview is on. CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+Y to turn it off or it's the first item in the View toolbar.
The Artboard never split an image unless you export it to Jpg using Artboard here is my solution: arrange your artboard the way you want place the image and stretch it over all your Artboard the way you want export the file as JPG or TIF and check the checkbox use Artboard Illustrator will export all your artboard into some individual images, ...
In order for you to move multiple artboards at once, you'll have to do a batch select by Shift-Clicking the artboards' titles you want to move, and then drag all of them around by Click-Dragging a title. You cant move multiple artboards at once by Drag-Selecting them.
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