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Topic: Merge 2 Pages to 1 Page
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 79007
From: bstark
Date: 1/7/2003 01:31 AM

I have a church newsletter that is currently produced with Word and Calendar Creator, and word puts the headers and footers on each page. I Run the paper through the printer twice to generate the page with the calendar. I'd like to perform this operation with a PDF file, how would I go about it. I Know about Quite Imposing Plus, but it's too much $ for this little task. In a new breakthrough, I've discovered that I can do it manually using the "Touchup Object" tool to select and copy the objects from the one PDF file, and paste into the other.

I'm wondering if anyone would know how to tackle such a process by programming in VB, or if you've seen a cheaper, simpler tool that can do this kind of page merge.

Regards,
Bob S.


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