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Topic: Creating container pdf for other pdf files
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 93688
From: whitewaterpuppy
Date: 8/5/2003 10:42 AM

I'm sure this is pretty simple but I've never had to do it before...
I have a few documents of various sizes, some Word, some
Frame, some probably html or plain text, each of which is to be
saved as a pdf and added to a larger "container" pdf, such that
the TOC in the container will display the added/imported files. I
probably have to create the TOC by hand but that's not a
problem.

The source files will be updated by various people in the native
format and recreated to pdf, at which time the container
document needs to "see" the new version.

Can anyone make recommendations on how best to do this?
We currently use Acrobat 5 but soon to upgrade to 6, and work
mainly on Windows.

thanks for any advice.
David



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