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Topic: Touchup Object Tool
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 119528
From: jcc31
Date: 10/2/2004 02:45 AM

I seem to have a problem while copying and pasting. Lets say I
have four pages in a document. On my last page I have an item
that I would like to copy and paste it on the first three pages. But
the problem is when I copy the item from the last page and then
paste it on first page it works just fine. However, since that item is
still in memory (clipboard) I paste it on the second page but that
same item that pasted on the first page is now gone from the first
page. But I want them both on the first page as well as the second
page. Now the same problem happens if I try to paste the same
item on the third page, I lost the item that was pasted on second
page and so forward.

Here are the step I use.
!. With the Touchup Object Tool I select my item that is on page 4.
2. I go over to page one.
3. I do a paste on page one.
4. Then I go to page two.
5. I do a paste on page two.
6. Then I go to page three.
7. I do a paste on page three.
8. Now Iím done and I should have the same item on all four
pages. RIGHT!

But I donít. I only have that item on page three.
Does anybody know how to fix this? It worked fine in Acrobat 5
version. But not Version 6. Could there be a setting somewhere
that Iím suppose to check or uncheck?


Thanks in advance


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