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Topic: eBook with different page order for screen/print
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 120434
From: zapmichael
Date: 10/17/2004 09:20 AM

Hello -

I've searched here, in Adobe's forums, and on Google Groups but I can't seem to find an answer to a seemingly simple PDF question...

We want to make a document that can both be read on-screen and also printed out by users (who download the file). However we need the document to print out as a newsletter (two pages per side, front and back, and pages staggered to be stapled together later), although obviously we want people who read it on-screen to do so in order. Is there a way to create a PDF file that could be both viewed sequentially and printed as a newsletter, and if so, how?

THANKS in advance for your replies.


ZAP


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