Thanks for these helpful suggestions and explanations. So I guess the preferred way to set up collections would be to have one big Dorico file that contains, say, an entire opus, define each piece as one “Flow,” and create separate Layouts from there?
For example, Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas, Op. 2 contains three sonatas, each of which has four movements. In this case there would be one Dorico file containing all three sonatas, right?
And would this big Dorico file contain 12 “Flows” then, one for each movement? Or would it contain 3 “Flows,” each of which contains 4 “sub-Flows” for the individual movements? (Sorry, “Flow” in this context is still quite nebulous to me.)
Then, from this one big Dorico file, I could output each sonata as a group of 4 “Flows” (or “sub-Flows”?) by creating one Layout per sonata.
Would this be the recommended process? Or would it still be better to have 3 separate Dorico files/project, one for each sonata? Thanks in advance for helping me learn how best to organize projects in Dorico.