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Topic: Insert Page Command
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 68272
From: Cia
Date: 7/9/2002 02:37 AM

Hi!

I hope anyone has an answer to this. I have tried to use "Insert Page". There are a lot of PDF-files which I would like to put in one file. But, the files constantly mix up together.

They does not appear where they should. The bookmarks in a file do not link to the pages in the file (which they should) but to another page in another file.

One PDF-file containing only two pages is not visible at all through the bookmark but I can find the pages under "Thumbnails".

I hope anyone has som idea what I am doing wrong.

Thanks

/Cia

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