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I have the Google Slides document Sa. It has the "draft" version (older, let's call it Sa_draft) and the "final" version (newer, let's call it Sa_final).

Now, I want to create a new Google Slides document, called Sb. As the first slide of Sb (Sb_01) I want to copy (linking) the second slide of Sa_draft (Sa_draft_02). I'd like to save this version as Sb_draft and I do not want this slide to be updated to correspond to Sa_final_02 in case someone clicks update.

Is that possible? And how?

Essentially, I would like to copy as a link, but freeze the link to a specific version of a document.

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