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Topic: Duplicate pages after InsertPages call
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 117752
From: cerfe01
Date: 8/24/2004 06:08 AM

I have a situation where I'm filling form fields dynamically into a PDF document then appending that document into a master PDF document. The problem that I'm seeing is that after the first appended page, all subsequently appended pages are duplicates of the first.

The offending code is this:
pddoc = (Acrobat.CAcroPDDoc) avdoc.GetPDDoc();
pages = pddoc.GetNumPages();
pagesmain = pddocmain.GetNumPages()-1;
int a = pddocmain.InsertPages(pagesmain, avdoc.GetPDDoc(), 0, pages, -1);

avdoc.PrintPagesSilent prints unique pages, but the page that is appended to pddocmain isn't what I'm expecting. All I get in pddocmain are duplicates of the first inserted page.

Does anyone see what I may be doing wrong?

Thanks in advance.

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