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Topic: Add pages to a PDF file (incorrect order)
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 71178
From: cosmicsheba
Date: 8/25/2002 08:30 AM

I know you add pages to a PDF file by the "Drag and Drop" method. I know you can go to the pull down menu and select "Add Pages".

My problem is when every I add a group of pages (EX: myfile_001.pdf, myfile_002.pdf, myfile_003.pdf, myfile_004.pdf, myfile_005.pdf,etc.) Any method I try the pages are never in the correct numeric order once I add them in. Most of the times the pages come in a reversed order.

I'm trying add a large amount of pages at one time. Let's say 100 pages. I just need them to go in the order they are listed by file name. There's too many files to try to rearrange afterwards if they come in in the wrong order.

Am I doing something wrong? Is there a plug-in that can help me do it better.

Thanks,
Cosmo


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