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Linking Artboards

Linking Artboards

Linking Artboards

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Hello everyone,
i am curious if there is a way to link artboards in different files? that will update when changes are made say on a master file.
for example if i was using a food product with 25 different flavors and each flavor has say 3 labels...i would like to have a master file of each of these 3 labels with all 25 flavors in one file....25 artboard.....and then i would like to have a seperate .ai with the 3 labels for each flavor....only 3 artboards.
My question is can i link these artboards between files in any way so that when i edit the master file for one of the 3 lables it will make changes within the individual flavor files?

this is probably confusing and not possible but i had to find somewhere to ask
Thanks in advance!

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