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Projects can also be merged. This would typically be for merging back changes once they have been tested, but any two projects can be merged together. You are given the opportunity to resolve any conflicts that would result from the merge.In what way have your tests been inconclusive and "difficult to interpret"?Some things to bear in mind:-- The folders in the projects are matched by name so items in the same folder path will end up in the same folder location after the merge. Rename folders if you do not want this to happen.- Editable items that are unrelated will not replace each other - they are not matched by name and will not "conflict". So if you had 2 unrelated publications with the same name/folder location in the 2 projects, you will end up with 2 separate publications in the destination folder after the merge. The incoming publication should have its name modified since there cannot be multiple items of the same type and name in the same folder.- The default "preview" production job, "Default PDF" output device and "Default Resource Map" items are related to each other and will conflict.