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Topic: Merging single page PDFs into a full page spread
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 143104
From: jesse10001
Date: 11/24/2005 05:22 AM

I need to combine PDFs that have been exported as single pages back into their original full page spreads (this is for a magazine). I know this is easy using the original Quark files, but in this case I don't have access to those. Is there some way to create a new full width pdf document in Acrobat and drag pages in to create the correct spreads? Or is there some tool that can do this for me, sort of like the apps that are out there that can combine multiple pdfs into a single multi page PDF? Obviously I need to preserve the vector information, so going the Photoshop route is out.

Thanks for any ideas.

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