It really depends.
The method you specify is loop and distribute that will create 6 separate copies.
Instead I would suggest you to add users here while distributing.
Look at the attached image.
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Thanks for your answer.
If I do that, can I decide which user will access to each document ?
For example, can I specify that A will access to copies 1 and 4, and that B will access only to 3rd copy ?
Because, I had the feeling that with your method, a user will always access every copies.
Just in case someone is interested, I've understood how it is done in my company. That's another way.
To give access to each copy : Distribute > Loop field in Document and then choose the field which contains the recipient information.
That's why in my document, there is a table which contains the field "country" and the field user, so we can know which user has access to which copy.
And when the document is reduced, the selection is done on the country so it remains only the associated users.
Thank you all.
Have a good day